New Tutorial: Visualization of RNA-Seq results with Volcano Plot in R

Author(s) orcid logoMaria Doyle avatar Maria Doyle
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Posted on: 26 June 2021 purlPURL:

The Volcano plot tutorial introduced volcano plots and showed how they can be easily generated with the Galaxy Volcano plot tool. This new tutorial shows how you can customise a plot using the R script output from the tool and RStudio in Galaxy. A short video for the tutorial is also available on YouTube, created for the GCC2021 Training week. Happy plotting!

Video: GTN Tutorial: Volcano Plots in R
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