GUS Schema >> RAD::ArrayStatTwoConditions (subclass of RAD::AnalysisResult )

This view of AnalysisResultImp is for the results of analyses done with the ArrayStat software by Imaging Research Inc. to compare two conditions in order to detect differentially expressed genes.

Light yellow rows indicate columns provided from the superclass.

column nulls? type description
ANALYSIS_RESULT_ID no NUMBER(12,0) primary key Edit
SUBCLASS_VIEW no STRING(27) name of the view Edit
ANALYSIS_ID no RAD::Analysis (NUMBER(8,0) )FK to Analysis. The analysis this result refers to. Edit
TABLE_ID Core::TableInfo (NUMBER(5,0) ) Edit
ROW_ID NUMBER(12,0) Edit
MEAN_1 FLOAT The mean of the processed (after the second normalization step embedded in this analysis) replicate values in group 1 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
SD_1 FLOAT The standard deviation of the processed (after the second normalization step embedded in this analysis) replicate values in group 1 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
N_1 NUMBER(8,0) The number of non-outlier data points for group 1 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
MEAN_2 FLOAT The mean of the processed (after the second normalization step embedded in this analysis) replicate values in group 2 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
SD_2 FLOAT The standard deviation of the processed (after the second normalization step embedded in this analysis) replicate values in group 2 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
N_2 NUMBER(8,0) The number of non-outlier data points for group 2 for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
P_VALUE FLOAT The (un-adjusted) 2-tailed p-value of the statistic used in this application of the software, for the (composite) element identified by row_id. Edit
SIGNIFICANCE STRING(10) One of "yes" or "no": "yes" indicates that the (composite) element identified by row_id shows significant differential expression between group 1 and group 2 after correction for multiple testing done with the method and alpha value specified in the analysis parameters for this application. Edit

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