snapCGH fails in runBioHMM
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Dear All, snapCGH (v. 1.12 in BioC 2.4 for sure; most likely v. 1.13 in BioC 2.5 too) fails with the error C symbol name "runNelderMead" not in DLL for package "snapCGH" The problem is that the NAMESPACE file is not loading the required code. Sure enough, if one loads the .so file manually (e.g., via "dyn.load('path-to-library/snapCGH.so')") things work. So, while the package gets fixed, what would be the orthodox way to get packages that depend on snapCGH to work? Best, R ************************ Two reproducible examples: a) Using function fit.model (which is docummented but not exported in the NAMESPACE, which is available since v. 1.12): ydat <- matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 1) datainfo <- data.frame(Name = 1:100, Chrom = rep(1, 100), Position = 1:100) snapCGH:::fit.model(sample = 1, chrom = 1, dat = ydat, datainfo = datainfo) b) Using the code in the vignette (the vignette does not fail, as the crucial chunck has "eval=FALSE", and the help for runBioHMM has no runnable examples): datadir <- system.file("testdata", package="snapCGH") targets <- readTargets("targets.txt", path=datadir) RG1 <- read.maimages(targets$FileName, path=datadir, source = "genepix") RG1 <- read.clonesinfo("cloneinfo.txt", RG1, path=datadir) RG1$printer <- getLayout(RG1$genes) types <- readSpotTypes("SpotTypes.txt", path=datadir) RG1$genes$Status <- controlStatus(types, RG1) RG1$design <- c(-1,-1) RG2 <- backgroundCorrect(RG1, method="minimum") MA <- normalizeWithinArrays(RG2, method="median") MA2 <- processCGH(MA,method.of.averaging=mean, ID = "ID") SegInfo.Bio <- runBioHMM(MA2) > version _ platform x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu arch x86_64 os linux-gnu system x86_64, linux-gnu status Patched major 2 minor 9.0 year 2009 month 05 day 11 svn rev 48528 language R version.string R version 2.9.0 Patched (2009-05-11 r48528) > packageDescription("snapCGH") Package: snapCGH Title: Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data. Version: 1.12.0 Date: 2000-04-07 Author: Mike L. Smith, John C. Marioni, Steven McKinney, Thomas Hardcastle, Natalie P. Thorne Description: Methods for segmenting, normalising and processing aCGH data; including plotting functions for visualising raw and segmented data for individual and multiple arrays. biocViews: Microarray, DNACopyNumber, TwoChannel, Preprocessing Maintainer: John Marioni <marioni at="" uchicago.edu=""> Depends: limma,tilingArray,DNAcopy,GLAD,cluster,methods,aCGH License: GPL Packaged: 2009-04-21 09:40:04 UTC; biocbuild Built: R 2.9.0; x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu; 2009-05-12 10:31:17 UTC; unix -- File: /Part- ramon/sources.programs/R-patched/library/snapCGH/Meta/package.rds -- Ram?n D?az-Uriarte Biocomputing Programm Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncol?gicas (CNIO) (Spanish National Cancer Center) Melchor Fern?ndez Almagro, 3 28029 Madrid (Spain) Fax: +-34-91-224-6972 Phone: +-34-91-224-6900 http://ligarto.org/rdiaz **NOTA DE CONFIDENCIALIDAD** Este correo electr?nico, y ...{{dropped:3}}
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Hi Ramon, just to say that I posted another message concerning an error with snapCGH package on this list on may 4th, but got no reply. I my case it was one particular array that for some reason caused runBioHMM() to stall. I found a workaround, by just inverting R & G channel for the array causing the trouble and runBioHMM() ran fine (of course after segmentation I had to re-flip R&G for the array in question). Besides, I had and "fixed" another problem with runGLAD() that wasn't expecting snapCGH objects ... But I haven't tried the snapCGH v.1.12 yet ... cheers, Wolfgang Ramon Diaz-Uriarte a ?crit : > Dear All, > > snapCGH (v. 1.12 in BioC 2.4 for sure; most likely v. 1.13 in BioC 2.5 too) > fails with the error > > C symbol name "runNelderMead" not in DLL for package "snapCGH" > > The problem is that the NAMESPACE file is not loading the required code. Sure > enough, if one loads the .so file manually (e.g., > via "dyn.load('path-to-library/snapCGH.so')") things work. > > > So, while the package gets fixed, what would be the orthodox way to get > packages that depend on snapCGH to work? > > > Best, > > R > > ************************ > > Two reproducible examples: > > a) Using function fit.model (which is docummented but not exported in the > NAMESPACE, which is available since v. 1.12): > > ydat <- matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 1) > datainfo <- data.frame(Name = 1:100, Chrom = rep(1, 100), Position = 1:100) > > snapCGH:::fit.model(sample = 1, chrom = 1, dat = ydat, > datainfo = datainfo) > > > > b) Using the code in the vignette (the vignette does not fail, as the crucial > chunck has "eval=FALSE", and the help for runBioHMM has no runnable > examples): > > datadir <- system.file("testdata", package="snapCGH") > targets <- readTargets("targets.txt", path=datadir) > RG1 <- read.maimages(targets$FileName, path=datadir, source = "genepix") > RG1 <- read.clonesinfo("cloneinfo.txt", RG1, path=datadir) > RG1$printer <- getLayout(RG1$genes) > types <- readSpotTypes("SpotTypes.txt", path=datadir) > RG1$genes$Status <- controlStatus(types, RG1) > RG1$design <- c(-1,-1) > RG2 <- backgroundCorrect(RG1, method="minimum") > MA <- normalizeWithinArrays(RG2, method="median") > MA2 <- processCGH(MA,method.of.averaging=mean, ID = "ID") > SegInfo.Bio <- runBioHMM(MA2) > > > > >> version >> > _ > platform x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu > arch x86_64 > os linux-gnu > system x86_64, linux-gnu > status Patched > major 2 > minor 9.0 > year 2009 > month 05 > day 11 > svn rev 48528 > language R > version.string R version 2.9.0 Patched (2009-05-11 r48528) > > >> packageDescription("snapCGH") >> > Package: snapCGH > Title: Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data. > Version: 1.12.0 > Date: 2000-04-07 > Author: Mike L. Smith, John C. Marioni, Steven McKinney, Thomas > Hardcastle, Natalie P. Thorne > Description: Methods for segmenting, normalising and processing aCGH > data; including plotting functions for visualising raw and > segmented data for individual and multiple arrays. > biocViews: Microarray, DNACopyNumber, TwoChannel, Preprocessing > Maintainer: John Marioni <marioni at="" uchicago.edu=""> > Depends: limma,tilingArray,DNAcopy,GLAD,cluster,methods,aCGH > License: GPL > Packaged: 2009-04-21 09:40:04 UTC; biocbuild > Built: R 2.9.0; x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu; 2009-05-12 10:31:17 UTC; unix > > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wolfgang Raffelsberger, PhD Laboratoire de BioInformatique et G?nomique Int?gratives CNRS UMR7104, IGBMC, 1 rue Laurent Fries, 67404 Illkirch Strasbourg, France Tel (+33) 388 65 3300 Fax (+33) 388 65 3276 wolfgang.raffelsberger (at) igbmc.fr
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Dear Wolfgang, On Tuesday 12 May 2009 16:52:30 Wolfgang Raffelsberger wrote: > Hi Ramon, > > just to say that I posted another message concerning an error with > snapCGH package on this list on may 4th, but got no reply. Yes, I am expecting something similar. For my own particualr problem (with package ADaCGH) I've just surrounded all calls to snapCGH functions with a "try", so the help examples at least can run, and I return to the user the error message that results from snapCGH. > I my case it was one particular array that for some reason caused > runBioHMM() to stall. I found a workaround, by just inverting R & G > channel for the array causing the trouble and runBioHMM() ran fine (of > course after segmentation I had to re-flip R&G for the array in question). > Besides, I had and "fixed" another problem with runGLAD() that wasn't > expecting snapCGH objects ... > > But I haven't tried the snapCGH v.1.12 yet ... As far as I can tell, there are no differences whatsoever in the code itself between versions 1.11 and 1.12 (or between 1.12 and 1.13). 1.12 and 1.13 seem identical except for their version number. 1.12 and 1.11 differ in a few changes in the documentation (formatting changes and fixes of types) and in the addition of the (buggy) NAMESPACE in 1.12. Best, R. > > cheers, > Wolfgang > > Ramon Diaz-Uriarte a ?crit : > > Dear All, > > > > snapCGH (v. 1.12 in BioC 2.4 for sure; most likely v. 1.13 in BioC 2.5 > > too) fails with the error > > > > C symbol name "runNelderMead" not in DLL for package "snapCGH" > > > > The problem is that the NAMESPACE file is not loading the required code. > > Sure enough, if one loads the .so file manually (e.g., > > via "dyn.load('path-to-library/snapCGH.so')") things work. > > > > > > So, while the package gets fixed, what would be the orthodox way to get > > packages that depend on snapCGH to work? > > > > > > Best, > > > > R > > > > ************************ > > > > Two reproducible examples: > > > > a) Using function fit.model (which is docummented but not exported in the > > NAMESPACE, which is available since v. 1.12): > > > > ydat <- matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 1) > > datainfo <- data.frame(Name = 1:100, Chrom = rep(1, 100), Position = > > 1:100) > > > > snapCGH:::fit.model(sample = 1, chrom = 1, dat = ydat, > > datainfo = datainfo) > > > > > > > > b) Using the code in the vignette (the vignette does not fail, as the > > crucial chunck has "eval=FALSE", and the help for runBioHMM has no > > runnable examples): > > > > datadir <- system.file("testdata", package="snapCGH") > > targets <- readTargets("targets.txt", path=datadir) > > RG1 <- read.maimages(targets$FileName, path=datadir, source = "genepix") > > RG1 <- read.clonesinfo("cloneinfo.txt", RG1, path=datadir) > > RG1$printer <- getLayout(RG1$genes) > > types <- readSpotTypes("SpotTypes.txt", path=datadir) > > RG1$genes$Status <- controlStatus(types, RG1) > > RG1$design <- c(-1,-1) > > RG2 <- backgroundCorrect(RG1, method="minimum") > > MA <- normalizeWithinArrays(RG2, method="median") > > MA2 <- processCGH(MA,method.of.averaging=mean, ID = "ID") > > SegInfo.Bio <- runBioHMM(MA2) > > > >> version > > > > _ > > platform x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu > > arch x86_64 > > os linux-gnu > > system x86_64, linux-gnu > > status Patched > > major 2 > > minor 9.0 > > year 2009 > > month 05 > > day 11 > > svn rev 48528 > > language R > > version.string R version 2.9.0 Patched (2009-05-11 r48528) > > > >> packageDescription("snapCGH") > > > > Package: snapCGH > > Title: Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data. > > Version: 1.12.0 > > Date: 2000-04-07 > > Author: Mike L. Smith, John C. Marioni, Steven McKinney, Thomas > > Hardcastle, Natalie P. Thorne > > Description: Methods for segmenting, normalising and processing aCGH > > data; including plotting functions for visualising raw and > > segmented data for individual and multiple arrays. > > biocViews: Microarray, DNACopyNumber, TwoChannel, Preprocessing > > Maintainer: John Marioni <marioni at="" uchicago.edu=""> > > Depends: limma,tilingArray,DNAcopy,GLAD,cluster,methods,aCGH > > License: GPL > > Packaged: 2009-04-21 09:40:04 UTC; biocbuild > > Built: R 2.9.0; x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu; 2009-05-12 10:31:17 UTC; unix > > . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > Wolfgang Raffelsberger, PhD > Laboratoire de BioInformatique et G?nomique Int?gratives > CNRS UMR7104, IGBMC, > 1 rue Laurent Fries, 67404 Illkirch Strasbourg, France > Tel (+33) 388 65 3300 Fax (+33) 388 65 3276 > wolfgang.raffelsberger (at) igbmc.fr -- Ram?n D?az-Uriarte Biocomputing Programm Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncol?gicas (CNIO) (Spanish National Cancer Center) Melchor Fern?ndez Almagro, 3 28029 Madrid (Spain) Fax: +-34-91-224-6972 Phone: +-34-91-224-6900 http://ligarto.org/rdiaz **NOTA DE CONFIDENCIALIDAD** Este correo electr?nico, y ...{{dropped:3}}
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Dear Ramon, Sorry about the delay in responding to your messages - I was away last week. I suspect that some of the problems are due to the Namespace - I'll work on this today and upload a new version of the package later. Apologies for any inconvenince. John On Tue, 12 May 2009, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte wrote: > Dear Wolfgang, > > On Tuesday 12 May 2009 16:52:30 Wolfgang Raffelsberger wrote: >> Hi Ramon, >> >> just to say that I posted another message concerning an error with >> snapCGH package on this list on may 4th, but got no reply. > > Yes, I am expecting something similar. For my own particualr problem (with > package ADaCGH) I've just surrounded all calls to snapCGH functions with > a "try", so the help examples at least can run, and I return to the user the > error message that results from snapCGH. > > >> I my case it was one particular array that for some reason caused >> runBioHMM() to stall. I found a workaround, by just inverting R & G >> channel for the array causing the trouble and runBioHMM() ran fine (of >> course after segmentation I had to re-flip R&G for the array in question). >> Besides, I had and "fixed" another problem with runGLAD() that wasn't >> expecting snapCGH objects ... >> >> But I haven't tried the snapCGH v.1.12 yet ... > > As far as I can tell, there are no differences whatsoever in the code itself > between versions 1.11 and 1.12 (or between 1.12 and 1.13). 1.12 and 1.13 seem > identical except for their version number. 1.12 and 1.11 differ in a few > changes in the documentation (formatting changes and fixes of types) and in > the addition of the (buggy) NAMESPACE in 1.12. > > Best, > > > R. > > > >> >> cheers, >> Wolfgang >> >> Ramon Diaz-Uriarte a ?crit : >>> Dear All, >>> >>> snapCGH (v. 1.12 in BioC 2.4 for sure; most likely v. 1.13 in BioC 2.5 >>> too) fails with the error >>> >>> C symbol name "runNelderMead" not in DLL for package "snapCGH" >>> >>> The problem is that the NAMESPACE file is not loading the required code. >>> Sure enough, if one loads the .so file manually (e.g., >>> via "dyn.load('path-to-library/snapCGH.so')") things work. >>> >>> >>> So, while the package gets fixed, what would be the orthodox way to get >>> packages that depend on snapCGH to work? >>> >>> >>> Best, >>> >>> R >>> >>> ************************ >>> >>> Two reproducible examples: >>> >>> a) Using function fit.model (which is docummented but not exported in the >>> NAMESPACE, which is available since v. 1.12): >>> >>> ydat <- matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 1) >>> datainfo <- data.frame(Name = 1:100, Chrom = rep(1, 100), Position = >>> 1:100) >>> >>> snapCGH:::fit.model(sample = 1, chrom = 1, dat = ydat, >>> datainfo = datainfo) >>> >>> >>> >>> b) Using the code in the vignette (the vignette does not fail, as the >>> crucial chunck has "eval=FALSE", and the help for runBioHMM has no >>> runnable examples): >>> >>> datadir <- system.file("testdata", package="snapCGH") >>> targets <- readTargets("targets.txt", path=datadir) >>> RG1 <- read.maimages(targets$FileName, path=datadir, source = "genepix") >>> RG1 <- read.clonesinfo("cloneinfo.txt", RG1, path=datadir) >>> RG1$printer <- getLayout(RG1$genes) >>> types <- readSpotTypes("SpotTypes.txt", path=datadir) >>> RG1$genes$Status <- controlStatus(types, RG1) >>> RG1$design <- c(-1,-1) >>> RG2 <- backgroundCorrect(RG1, method="minimum") >>> MA <- normalizeWithinArrays(RG2, method="median") >>> MA2 <- processCGH(MA,method.of.averaging=mean, ID = "ID") >>> SegInfo.Bio <- runBioHMM(MA2) >>> >>>> version >>> >>> _ >>> platform x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu >>> arch x86_64 >>> os linux-gnu >>> system x86_64, linux-gnu >>> status Patched >>> major 2 >>> minor 9.0 >>> year 2009 >>> month 05 >>> day 11 >>> svn rev 48528 >>> language R >>> version.string R version 2.9.0 Patched (2009-05-11 r48528) >>> >>>> packageDescription("snapCGH") >>> >>> Package: snapCGH >>> Title: Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data. >>> Version: 1.12.0 >>> Date: 2000-04-07 >>> Author: Mike L. Smith, John C. Marioni, Steven McKinney, Thomas >>> Hardcastle, Natalie P. Thorne >>> Description: Methods for segmenting, normalising and processing aCGH >>> data; including plotting functions for visualising raw and >>> segmented data for individual and multiple arrays. >>> biocViews: Microarray, DNACopyNumber, TwoChannel, Preprocessing >>> Maintainer: John Marioni <marioni at="" uchicago.edu=""> >>> Depends: limma,tilingArray,DNAcopy,GLAD,cluster,methods,aCGH >>> License: GPL >>> Packaged: 2009-04-21 09:40:04 UTC; biocbuild >>> Built: R 2.9.0; x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu; 2009-05-12 10:31:17 UTC; unix >> >> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . >> Wolfgang Raffelsberger, PhD >> Laboratoire de BioInformatique et G?nomique Int?gratives >> CNRS UMR7104, IGBMC, >> 1 rue Laurent Fries, 67404 Illkirch Strasbourg, France >> Tel (+33) 388 65 3300 Fax (+33) 388 65 3276 >> wolfgang.raffelsberger (at) igbmc.fr > > > > -- > Ram?n D?az-Uriarte > Biocomputing Programm > Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncol?gicas (CNIO) > (Spanish National Cancer Center) > Melchor Fern?ndez Almagro, 3 > 28029 Madrid (Spain) > Fax: +-34-91-224-6972 > Phone: +-34-91-224-6900 > > http://ligarto.org/rdiaz > > > > > **NOTA DE CONFIDENCIALIDAD** Este correo electr?nico, y ...{{dropped:3}} > > _______________________________________________ > Bioconductor mailing list > Bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor > Search the archives: http://news.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.informatics.conductor >
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Dear John, Thanks a lot! Best, R. On Tuesday 12 May 2009 17:53:40 J-C. Marioni wrote: > Dear Ramon, > > Sorry about the delay in responding to your messages - I was away last > week. I suspect that some of the problems are due to the Namespace - I'll > work on this today and upload a new version of the package later. > > Apologies for any inconvenince. > > John > > On Tue, 12 May 2009, Ramon Diaz-Uriarte wrote: > > Dear Wolfgang, > > > > On Tuesday 12 May 2009 16:52:30 Wolfgang Raffelsberger wrote: > >> Hi Ramon, > >> > >> just to say that I posted another message concerning an error with > >> snapCGH package on this list on may 4th, but got no reply. > > > > Yes, I am expecting something similar. For my own particualr problem > > (with package ADaCGH) I've just surrounded all calls to snapCGH functions > > with a "try", so the help examples at least can run, and I return to the > > user the error message that results from snapCGH. > > > >> I my case it was one particular array that for some reason caused > >> runBioHMM() to stall. I found a workaround, by just inverting R & G > >> channel for the array causing the trouble and runBioHMM() ran fine (of > >> course after segmentation I had to re-flip R&G for the array in > >> question). Besides, I had and "fixed" another problem with runGLAD() > >> that wasn't expecting snapCGH objects ... > >> > >> But I haven't tried the snapCGH v.1.12 yet ... > > > > As far as I can tell, there are no differences whatsoever in the code > > itself between versions 1.11 and 1.12 (or between 1.12 and 1.13). 1.12 > > and 1.13 seem identical except for their version number. 1.12 and 1.11 > > differ in a few changes in the documentation (formatting changes and > > fixes of types) and in the addition of the (buggy) NAMESPACE in 1.12. > > > > Best, > > > > > > R. > > > >> cheers, > >> Wolfgang > >> > >> Ramon Diaz-Uriarte a ?crit : > >>> Dear All, > >>> > >>> snapCGH (v. 1.12 in BioC 2.4 for sure; most likely v. 1.13 in BioC 2.5 > >>> too) fails with the error > >>> > >>> C symbol name "runNelderMead" not in DLL for package "snapCGH" > >>> > >>> The problem is that the NAMESPACE file is not loading the required > >>> code. Sure enough, if one loads the .so file manually (e.g., > >>> via "dyn.load('path-to-library/snapCGH.so')") things work. > >>> > >>> > >>> So, while the package gets fixed, what would be the orthodox way to get > >>> packages that depend on snapCGH to work? > >>> > >>> > >>> Best, > >>> > >>> R > >>> > >>> ************************ > >>> > >>> Two reproducible examples: > >>> > >>> a) Using function fit.model (which is docummented but not exported in > >>> the NAMESPACE, which is available since v. 1.12): > >>> > >>> ydat <- matrix(rnorm(100), ncol = 1) > >>> datainfo <- data.frame(Name = 1:100, Chrom = rep(1, 100), Position = > >>> 1:100) > >>> > >>> snapCGH:::fit.model(sample = 1, chrom = 1, dat = ydat, > >>> datainfo = datainfo) > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> b) Using the code in the vignette (the vignette does not fail, as the > >>> crucial chunck has "eval=FALSE", and the help for runBioHMM has no > >>> runnable examples): > >>> > >>> datadir <- system.file("testdata", package="snapCGH") > >>> targets <- readTargets("targets.txt", path=datadir) > >>> RG1 <- read.maimages(targets$FileName, path=datadir, source = > >>> "genepix") RG1 <- read.clonesinfo("cloneinfo.txt", RG1, path=datadir) > >>> RG1$printer <- getLayout(RG1$genes) > >>> types <- readSpotTypes("SpotTypes.txt", path=datadir) > >>> RG1$genes$Status <- controlStatus(types, RG1) > >>> RG1$design <- c(-1,-1) > >>> RG2 <- backgroundCorrect(RG1, method="minimum") > >>> MA <- normalizeWithinArrays(RG2, method="median") > >>> MA2 <- processCGH(MA,method.of.averaging=mean, ID = "ID") > >>> SegInfo.Bio <- runBioHMM(MA2) > >>> > >>>> version > >>> > >>> _ > >>> platform x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu > >>> arch x86_64 > >>> os linux-gnu > >>> system x86_64, linux-gnu > >>> status Patched > >>> major 2 > >>> minor 9.0 > >>> year 2009 > >>> month 05 > >>> day 11 > >>> svn rev 48528 > >>> language R > >>> version.string R version 2.9.0 Patched (2009-05-11 r48528) > >>> > >>>> packageDescription("snapCGH") > >>> > >>> Package: snapCGH > >>> Title: Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data. > >>> Version: 1.12.0 > >>> Date: 2000-04-07 > >>> Author: Mike L. Smith, John C. Marioni, Steven McKinney, Thomas > >>> Hardcastle, Natalie P. Thorne > >>> Description: Methods for segmenting, normalising and processing aCGH > >>> data; including plotting functions for visualising raw and > >>> segmented data for individual and multiple arrays. > >>> biocViews: Microarray, DNACopyNumber, TwoChannel, Preprocessing > >>> Maintainer: John Marioni <marioni at="" uchicago.edu=""> > >>> Depends: limma,tilingArray,DNAcopy,GLAD,cluster,methods,aCGH > >>> License: GPL > >>> Packaged: 2009-04-21 09:40:04 UTC; biocbuild > >>> Built: R 2.9.0; x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu; 2009-05-12 10:31:17 UTC; unix > >> > >> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . > >> Wolfgang Raffelsberger, PhD > >> Laboratoire de BioInformatique et G?nomique Int?gratives > >> CNRS UMR7104, IGBMC, > >> 1 rue Laurent Fries, 67404 Illkirch Strasbourg, France > >> Tel (+33) 388 65 3300 Fax (+33) 388 65 3276 > >> wolfgang.raffelsberger (at) igbmc.fr > > > > -- > > Ram?n D?az-Uriarte > > Biocomputing Programm > > Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncol?gicas (CNIO) > > (Spanish National Cancer Center) > > Melchor Fern?ndez Almagro, 3 > > 28029 Madrid (Spain) > > Fax: +-34-91-224-6972 > > Phone: +-34-91-224-6900 > > > > http://ligarto.org/rdiaz > > > > > > > > > > **NOTA DE CONFIDENCIALIDAD** Este correo electr?nico, y ...{{dropped:3}} > > > > _______________________________________________ > > Bioconductor mailing list > > Bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch > > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor > > Search the archives: > > http://news.gmane.org/gmane.science.biology.informatics.conductor -- Ram?n D?az-Uriarte Biocomputing Programm Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Oncol?gicas (CNIO) (Spanish National Cancer Center) Melchor Fern?ndez Almagro, 3 28029 Madrid (Spain) Fax: +-34-91-224-6972 Phone: +-34-91-224-6900 http://ligarto.org/rdiaz **NOTA DE CONFIDENCIALIDAD** Este correo electr?nico, y ...{{dropped:3}}
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