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Re: compare values while value on other column remains the same

by CountZero (Bishop)
on Sep 22, 2012 at 12:16 UTC ( #995094=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to compare values while value on other column remains the same

I turned your data into a tab-separated CSV file and added a line of headers (fieldnames). Then I could use DBI to attack your problem with SQL.
use Modern::Perl; use DBI; my $dbh = DBI->connect( "dbi:CSV:", "", "", { f_dir => './DB', csv_sep_char => "\t", } ) or die "Cannot connect: $DBI::errstr"; my $sql = 'SELECT id, count(*) AS number, sum(tumor) AS tumorscore, sum(normal) +AS normalscore, sum(tumor - normal) AS difference, avg(tumor - normal +) AS averagedifference FROM methyl WHERE (tumor - normal) <=20 or (tu +mor - normal) >=20 GROUP BY id ORDER BY id'; my $sth = $dbh->prepare($sql); $sth->execute; while ( my $row = $sth->fetchrow_hashref ) { say "id: $row->{'id'}, Count: $row->{'number'}, Score tumor: $row->{'tumor +score'}, Score normal: $row->{'normalscore'}, Difference: $row->{'dif +ference'}, Average Difference: $row->{'averagedifference'}"; }
id: cg00381604, Count: 3, Score tumor: 99, Score normal: 174, Differen +ce: -75, Average Difference: -25 id: cg03130891, Count: 1, Score tumor: 55, Score normal: 84, Differenc +e: -29, Average Difference: -29 id: cg12045430, Count: 3, Score tumor: 129, Score normal: 174, Differe +nce: -45, Average Difference: -15 id: cg13869341, Count: 1, Score tumor: 908, Score normal: 913, Differe +nce: -5, Average Difference: -5 id: cg14008030, Count: 1, Score tumor: 688, Score normal: 776, Differe +nce: -88, Average Difference: -88 id: cg20253340, Count: 1, Score tumor: 560, Score normal: 593, Differe +nce: -33, Average Difference: -33 id: cg20826792, Count: 3, Score tumor: 171, Score normal: 174, Differe +nce: -3, Average Difference: -1 id: cg21870274, Count: 1, Score tumor: 791, Score normal: 809, Differe +nce: -18, Average Difference: -18
To exclude as much as possible any rounding-of errors I did not divide the figures by 1000.


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