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Fig. 1 | Genome Biology

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From: scINSIGHT for interpreting single-cell gene expression from biologically heterogeneous data

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An overview of the scINSIGHT method. A A toy example demonstrating the factorization model of scINSIGHT. In this example, we assume six single-cell samples from three biological conditions. Each sample, represented as a gene expression matrix (X,=1,…,6), is factorized into two components, the expression of two condition-specific gene modules (\(\phantom {\dot {i}\!}W_{\ell 1}\times H_{j_{\ell }}\)) and the expression of three common gene modules (W2×V) (see Methods for details). B After normalization (Methods), the inferred expression of common gene modules can be used to cluster cells and annotate cell types or states. C The inferred condition-specific gene modules can be used to compare the transcriptome functions between conditions

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