Marc Carlson <mcarlson at="" fhcrc.org=""> writes:
> Yihuan Xu wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I used AnnBuilder to annotate a customized mouse arrays. A folder
>> 'costommice' is generated. However I don't know how to use it. How
>> install it in R? Can I use it as KEGG package?
>> Thank you.
>> Here is the code I used:
>> myBase <- "C:\\TJU\\Siracusa\\GSEA\\annotation"
>> myBaseType <-'gb'
>> mySrcUrls <- getSrcUrl("all", "Mus musculus")
>> myDir <- "C:\\TJU\\Siracusa\\annbuilder"
>> ABPkgBuilder(baseName = myBase, srcUrls = mySrcUrls, baseMapType =
>> myBaseType, pkgName = "custommice",
>> pkgPath = myDir, organism = "Mus musculus", version = "1.1.0",
>> author = list(authors = "Yihuan Xu", maintainer =
>> "yihuan.xu at jefferson.edu"), fromWeb = TRUE)
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> If you have access to a unix machine you want to go to the dir where
> your newly minted customice dir is at and type something like this:
> R CMD INSTALL custommice
> Then launch R and say:
> However it looks like you are using windows, so you might want to go
> check out the much more complex instructions at the following site:
Actually, the windows instructions are getting easier. There's an
'Rtools installer' here
Apparently, this provides everything required to build and install
packages (but not documentation) on Windows. Install R. Then run the
installer, choosing 'Package authoring installation' when asked to
select components, and then
c:\MyDir> R CMD INSTALL --docs=none custommice
I have not set up a system 'naive' enough to know that this works
completely smoothly, and would love to hear any feedback.
> I hope this helps,
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