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    Genes comparison in SPSS




    Hey guys,

    I have an excel sheet I imported to SPSS
    all the rows are genes (over 3200), and for each gene I have its expression level in 6 different patients.

    Let's say I want to do some T-test or probably a Mann whitney to compare the expression level of 3 specific patients to the other 3 for each gene.

    I've been busting my head - how do I do that? Do I need to reorganize the file?
    In excel you can just do t-test for each row but in SPSS - how?

    thanks
    Amir

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    Re: Genes comparison in SPSS


    You need 6 rows and 3200 columns. In SPSS there's a "transpose data" function (Data menue).

    With kind regards

    K.

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