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The log-transformation provides some measure of variance stabilization ( Five Delly Slashed Knee High Waisted Skinny Jeans Med blue denim Pieces rK5Pncr
), so that high-abundance genes with large variances do not dominate downstream analyses. The computed values are stored as an exprs matrix in addition to the other assay elements.

We check whether there are technical factors that contribute substantially to the heterogeneity of gene expression. If so, the factor may need to be regressed out to ensure that it does not inflate the variances or introduce spurious correlations. For this dataset, the simple experimental design means that there are no plate or batch effects to examine. Instead, we use the (log-transformed) total count for the spike-in transcripts as a proxy for the relative bias in each sample. This bias is purely technical in origin, given that the same amount of spike-in RNA should have been added to each cell. Thus, any association of gene expression with this factor is not biologically interesting and should be removed.

For each gene, we calculate the percentage of the variance of the expression values that is explained by the spike-in totals ( Figure 9 ). The percentages are generally small (1–3%), indicating that the expression profiles of most genes are not strongly associated with this factor. This result is consistent with successful removal of cell-specific biases by scaling normalization. Thus, the spike-in total does not need to be explicitly modelled in our downstream analyses.

For each gene, the percentage of the variance of the normalized log-expression values across cells that is explained by each factor is calculated. Each curve corresponds to one factor and represents the distribution of percentages across all genes.

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Note that the use of the spike-in total as an accurate proxy for the relative technical bias assumes that no library quantification is performed. Otherwise, the coverage of the spike-in transcripts would be dependent on the total amount of endogenous RNA in each cell. (Specifically, if the same amount of cDNA is used for sequencing per cell, any increase in the amount of endogenous RNA will suppress the coverage of the spike-in transcripts.) This means that the spike-in totals could be confounded with genuine biological effects associated with changes in RNA content.

We identify HVGs to focus on the genes that are driving heterogeneity across the population of cells. This requires estimation of the variance in expression for each gene, followed by decomposition of the variance into biological and technical components. HVGs are then identified as those genes with the largest biological components. This avoids prioritizing genes that are highly variable due to technical factors such as sampling noise during RNA capture and library preparation.

Ideally, the technical component would be estimated by fitting a mean-variance trend to the spike-in transcripts using the trendVar function. Recall that the same set of spike-ins was added in the same quantity to each cell. This means that the spike-in transcripts should exhibit no biological variability, i.e., any variance in their counts should be technical in origin. Given the mean abundance of a gene, the fitted value of the trend can be used as an estimate of the technical component for that gene. The biological component of the variance can then be calculated by subtracting the technical component from the total variance of each gene with the decomposeVar function.

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