Average columns based on header name


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Not without way more evidence.

---------- Post updated at 09:23 ---------- Previous update was at 09:13 ----------

The averaging error in the last record corrected. Try
Code:
paste FILE1 FILE2 |  awk '
NR == 1         {print "Gene    Average_10%     Average_20%     Average_30%     Average_40%     Average_50%     Average_60%"\
                        "       Average_70%     Average_80%     Average_90%     Average_100%"
                 printf "%s", $2
                 OFS="\t"
                 ST = B
                 F = 2
                 next
                }
$1+0 < ST       {SUM+=$2; next}
$1+0 == ST      {SUM+=$2; if (!getline) F--}
                {printf "%s%.6f", OFS, SUM/(NR-F)
                 SUM = $2
                 ST = ST%100 + B
                 if (ST == B) printf RS
                 F = NR}
' B=10
Gene    Average_10%     Average_20%     Average_30%     Average_40%     Average_50%     Average_60%     Average_70%     Average_80%     Average_90%     Average_100%
Gene1   0.008554        0.002911        0.012579        0.011645        0.018438        0.005032        0.010675        0.002013        0.010675        0.029597
        0.013662        0.017879        0.006343        0.014586        0.011292        0.005367        0.019761        0.014638        0.010822        0.023525
        0.016471        0.013692        0.007951        0.012049        0.001095        0.015903        0.008215        0.007951        0.007120        0.017526
        0.020158        0.019438        0.007866        0.007111        0.018490        0.016716        0.021334        0.017208        0.006637        0.038876
        0.010437        0.027014        0.003845        0.010064        0.015891        0.010986        0.010594        0.019775        0.014302        0.023306
        0.006866        0.022512        0.006866        0.015008        0.010152        0.014648        0.016332        0.015106        0.016332        0.041934
        0.015733        0.025127        0.004425        0.014697        0.015171        0.017699        0.014697        0.016225        0.019438        0.032238
        0.009547        0.017993        0.005207        0.006277        0.023433        0.009981        0.010461        0.015622        0.013390        0.011298
        0.010116        0.009754        0.003613        0.002787        0.010451        0.018064        0.042501        0.024567        0.019509        0.022296
        0.011702        0.017866        0.005363        0.007523        0.004231        0.023403        0.014575        0.008289        0.015515        0.034321
        0.005176        0.018854        0.007476        0.018854        0.008872        0.023577        0.012199        0.024152        0.019963        0.038816
        0.025605        0.014681        0.008304        0.012012        0.012012        0.008304        0.022022        0.014533        0.007341        0.024024
        0.016357        0.014646        0.014410        0.014271        0.010515        0.027262        0.025162        0.031935        0.025537        0.025162

Does the "division by zero" error occur in here as well?
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Thanks Rudic.

It all worked well.

I transferred another 1000 bits to you just now. Please check it. Happy weekend.
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