Question: RMAGEML: importMAGEOM returns nil pointer
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13.7 years ago by
Vincent Bloch10 wrote:
Hi, I'm trying to import MAGE data into R using RMAGEML. I am using R 2.2.1, Java 1.5.0_06 and SJava 0.69 under Linux. I managed to import the MEXP-14 dataset as suggested in the RMAGEML documentation but when I try to import biggest files (E-CAGE-2 for example), the JVM crashs. The problem is that the importMAGEOM function returns a nil pointer. If I use the java sources, I can parse the xml files with no error and I don't have this nil pointer so I don't understand why when I try to do the same under R I have this result. Thanks for your help Vincent -- Vincent Bloch Joint Bioinformatics Laboratory Turku, Finland
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 13.7 years ago by Steffen Durinck420 • written 13.7 years ago by Vincent Bloch10
Answer: RMAGEML: importMAGEOM returns nil pointer
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13.7 years ago by
Steffen Durinck420 wrote:
Hi Vincent, Which version of RMAGEML are you using. The latest versions (see developmental packages) all work without SJava. When you tried to import E-CAGE-2 did you also put the MAGE-ML document containing the Array design (A-MEXP-10) in the same directory? Best, Steffen Vincent Bloch wrote: >Hi, > >I'm trying to import MAGE data into R using RMAGEML. I am using R 2.2.1, >Java 1.5.0_06 and SJava 0.69 under Linux. >I managed to import the MEXP-14 dataset as suggested in the RMAGEML >documentation but when I try to import biggest files (E-CAGE-2 for >example), the JVM crashs. The problem is that the importMAGEOM function >returns a nil pointer. >If I use the java sources, I can parse the xml files with no error and I >don't have this nil pointer so I don't understand why when I try to do >the same under R I have this result. > >Thanks for your help > >Vincent > > >
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