For my PhD I am working on methods for analysing single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) data which measure the expression of genes in individual cells. One of the most common analyses done on this type of data is to cluster the cells, often in an attempt to find out what cell types are present in a sample. In a recent seminar I showed some images of what I am calling a “clustering tree” (you can see the slides here if you are interested).

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Luke Zappia

Bioinformatician in training

PhD student

Australia