DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.Oscope    

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Oscope - A statistical pipeline for identifying oscillatory genes in unsynchronized single cell RNA-seq

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Oscope is a statistical pipeline developed to identifying and recovering the base cycle profiles of oscillating genes in an unsynchronized single cell RNA-seq experiment. The Oscope pipeline includes three modules: a sine model module to search for candidate oscillator pairs; a K-medoids clustering module to cluster candidate oscillators into groups; and an extended nearest insertion module to recover the base cycle order for each oscillator group.

Author: Ning Leng

Maintainer: Ning Leng <lengning1 at gmail.com>

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Version 1.15.0
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