Error message with rmaMicroRna on mouse data in AgiMicroRNA
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Dear Pedro, Thank you for your reply. My core uses FE 10.5.1. All of the columns you mention are present. As I mentioned in a subsequent posting there are two extra columns,"start" and "sequence" which mess up the reading of the data. When they are removed the normalization works. So I will not be trying the diagnostics which you suggest below. I am sending you the column headings off-list. I can send you data (6 Mb text files) if that would be helpful. If there is anything I can do to help you improve this important application please let me know. Best wishes, Rich On Jun 17, 2010, at 4:20 AM, Pedro L?pez Romero wrote: > Dear Richard, > > AgiMicroRna has not been tested on mouse data, something that I?m > just doing right now. It seems that I am having problems myself > loading the data into R. What version of Agilent Feature Extraction > are you using?. The people that usually provide me with the scanned > data files told me that they have updated the Agilent Feature > Extraction from version 9.5.3.1 to 10.7.3.1, and this new version > does not give columns such as "accessions", "chr_coord", "ProbeUID", > "gBGUsed", "gMeanSignal". Can you confirm with me if this is true?, > Honestly, I think that it is a bit weird that the new version of the > Extractor doesn?t give the "gMeanSignal". > > For your problem, try this (assuming your RGList object is named > "dd") to check if you can get the index vector containing the > replicated probes. > > ProbeName.rep = unique(dd$genes$ProbeName[duplicated(dd$genes > $ProbeName)]) > length(ProbeName.rep ) > for(ii in 1: length(ProbeName.rep)){ > index=which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > cat(ii, " - ",index,"\n") > } > > Let me know what u get from here. > It might be helpful if you were able to send me a couple of your > text files to do the checkings myself, and try to figure out where > the problem is. > > p.- > > > -----Mensaje original----- > De: Richard Friedman [mailto:friedman at cancercenter.columbia.edu] > Enviado el: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 5:18 PM > Para: Pedro L?pez Romero; James W. MacDonald; bio c bioconductor > Asunto: Error message with rmaMicroRna on mouse data in AgiMicroRNA > > Dear Pedro, Jim, and Bioconductor List, > > I received an error message when trying to normalize data with > AgiMicroRMA >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=FALSE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=TRUE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed >> > #################################################################### ############ > My session Inforrmation is: > >> sessionInfo() > R version 2.11.0 (2010-04-22) > i386-apple-darwin9.8.0 > > locale: > [1] en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8/C/C/en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8 > > attached base packages: > [1] stats graphics grDevices utils datasets methods base > > other attached packages: > [1] AgiMicroRna_1.2.0 preprocessCore_1.10.0 affy_1.26.1 > limma_3.4.0 > [5] Biobase_2.8.0 > > loaded via a namespace (and not attached): > [1] affyio_1.16.0 >> > > #################################################################### ##################### > > On Jim MacDonald's advice I tried a trace with the debug command: > > When I run the command: > > agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw,normalize=TRUE,background=FALSE) > in debug mode, I see that after step: > > index = which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > when I print index it returns > integer(0) > which means that the ProbeName was not found. Consequently the step of > median calculation returns NAs. > > In contrast when I run the same command with the example data dd.micro > then the results after > index = which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > and printing index returns values such as: > 38 64 7162 7322 8113 8556 8883 9731 > which is basically returning the ProbeName indices. > > Since for my data the index retuns a zero values is that the reason > I am getting NA in the next steps and consequently at the step > > if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { > dd.aux$Rb = dd.aux$Rb + abs(min(dd.aux$Rb)) + 0.5 > > which returns the error: > > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed > > It seems to me that the program is not reading in the probe name data > correctly. > I am using the mouse Agilent data. > Has the program been tested on mouse as well as human? > Also, a possible complicating factor is that the test example with the > program does not include a step where > the data is read in to form the files. The data is simply read in from > the data statement, so I haven't really tried the > program on reading in a test data set. > > My session up to the attempt to normalize is: > #################################################################### ############# > > >> targets<-readTargets("Targets.txt",verbose=TRUE) > > Target File > FileName Treatment GErep > AxCNTx1x1x1 AxCNTx1x1x1.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx2x2x2 AxCNTx2x2x2.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx3x3x3 AxCNTx3x3x3.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx7x4x4 AxCNTx7x4x4.txt A.CNT 1 > BxCCL4x1x1x5 BxCCL4x1x1x5.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x2x2x6 BxCCL4x2x2x6.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x3x3x7 BxCCL4x3x3x7.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x5x4x8 BxCCL4x5x4x8.txt B.CCL4 2 > CxBDLx1x1x9 CxBDLx1x1x9.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx2x2x10 CxBDLx2x2x10.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx3x3x11 CxBDLx3x3x11.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx4x4x12 CxBDLx4x4x12.txt C.BDL 3 > DxaHSCx1x1x13 DxaHSCx1x1x13.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx2x2x14 DxaHSCx2x2x14.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx3x3x15 DxaHSCx3x3x15.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx4x4x16 DxaHSCx4x4x16.txt D.aHSC 4 > >> agiMicroraw<-readMicroRnaAFE(targets,verbose=TRUE) > Read AxCNTx1x1x1.txt > Read AxCNTx2x2x2.txt > Read AxCNTx3x3x3.txt > Read AxCNTx7x4x4.txt > Read BxCCL4x1x1x5.txt > Read BxCCL4x2x2x6.txt > Read BxCCL4x3x3x7.txt > Read BxCCL4x5x4x8.txt > Read CxBDLx1x1x9.txt > Read CxBDLx2x2x10.txt > Read CxBDLx3x3x11.txt > Read CxBDLx4x4x12.txt > Read DxaHSCx1x1x13.txt > Read DxaHSCx2x2x14.txt > Read DxaHSCx3x3x15.txt > Read DxaHSCx4x4x16.txt > > RGList: > dd$R: 'gTotalGeneSignal' > dd$G: 'gTotalProbeSignal' > dd$Rb: 'gMeanSignal' > dd$Gb: 'gProcessedSignal' > > > >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=FALSE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed > #################################### > > I would greatly appreciate any help or suggestions you can offer. > > Best wishes, > Rich > ------------------------------------------------------------ > Richard A. Friedman, PhD > Associate Research Scientist, > Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource > Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) > Lecturer, > Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) > Educational Coordinator, > Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2)/ > National Center for Multiscale Analysis of Genomic Networks (MAGNet) > Room 824 > Irving Cancer Research Center > Columbia University > 1130 St. Nicholas Ave > New York, NY 10032 > (212)851-4765 (voice) > friedman at cancercenter.columbia.edu > http://cancercenter.columbia.edu/~friedman/ > > In Memoriam, > George Scithers > > > > > *************** AVISO LEGAL *************** > Este mensaje va dirigido, de manera exclusiva, a su destinatario y > contiene informaci?n confidencial y sujeta al secreto profesional, > cuya divulgaci?n no est? permitida por la ley. 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Thanks Richard, I am looking at the headings of your files, and it seems that the "chr_coord" it?s not present. This might not be an issue, but if the FE 10 version (or mouse data) don?t provide this column, I will have to modify the function that reads the data. Could you send me one of your files off-list?, it will help me to work on your data and see the specific problems you are posting, and I will try to fix any problem that the package might have asap. Thanks a lot, p.- -----Mensaje original----- De: Richard Friedman [mailto:friedman at cancercenter.columbia.edu] Enviado el: Thursday, June 17, 2010 4:50 PM Para: Pedro L?pez Romero CC: bio c bioconductor Asunto: Re: Error message with rmaMicroRna on mouse data in AgiMicroRNA Dear Pedro, Thank you for your reply. My core uses FE 10.5.1. All of the columns you mention are present. As I mentioned in a subsequent posting there are two extra columns,"start" and "sequence" which mess up the reading of the data. When they are removed the normalization works. So I will not be trying the diagnostics which you suggest below. I am sending you the column headings off-list. I can send you data (6 Mb text files) if that would be helpful. If there is anything I can do to help you improve this important application please let me know. Best wishes, Rich On Jun 17, 2010, at 4:20 AM, Pedro L?pez Romero wrote: > Dear Richard, > > AgiMicroRna has not been tested on mouse data, something that I?m > just doing right now. It seems that I am having problems myself > loading the data into R. What version of Agilent Feature Extraction > are you using?. The people that usually provide me with the scanned > data files told me that they have updated the Agilent Feature > Extraction from version 9.5.3.1 to 10.7.3.1, and this new version > does not give columns such as "accessions", "chr_coord", "ProbeUID", > "gBGUsed", "gMeanSignal". Can you confirm with me if this is true?, > Honestly, I think that it is a bit weird that the new version of the > Extractor doesn?t give the "gMeanSignal". > > For your problem, try this (assuming your RGList object is named > "dd") to check if you can get the index vector containing the > replicated probes. > > ProbeName.rep = unique(dd$genes$ProbeName[duplicated(dd$genes > $ProbeName)]) > length(ProbeName.rep ) > for(ii in 1: length(ProbeName.rep)){ > index=which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > cat(ii, " - ",index,"\n") > } > > Let me know what u get from here. > It might be helpful if you were able to send me a couple of your > text files to do the checkings myself, and try to figure out where > the problem is. > > p.- > > > -----Mensaje original----- > De: Richard Friedman [mailto:friedman at cancercenter.columbia.edu] > Enviado el: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 5:18 PM > Para: Pedro L?pez Romero; James W. MacDonald; bio c bioconductor > Asunto: Error message with rmaMicroRna on mouse data in AgiMicroRNA > > Dear Pedro, Jim, and Bioconductor List, > > I received an error message when trying to normalize data with > AgiMicroRMA >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=FALSE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=TRUE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed >> > #################################################################### ############ > My session Inforrmation is: > >> sessionInfo() > R version 2.11.0 (2010-04-22) > i386-apple-darwin9.8.0 > > locale: > [1] en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8/C/C/en_US.UTF-8/en_US.UTF-8 > > attached base packages: > [1] stats graphics grDevices utils datasets methods base > > other attached packages: > [1] AgiMicroRna_1.2.0 preprocessCore_1.10.0 affy_1.26.1 > limma_3.4.0 > [5] Biobase_2.8.0 > > loaded via a namespace (and not attached): > [1] affyio_1.16.0 >> > > #################################################################### ##################### > > On Jim MacDonald's advice I tried a trace with the debug command: > > When I run the command: > > agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw,normalize=TRUE,background=FALSE) > in debug mode, I see that after step: > > index = which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > when I print index it returns > integer(0) > which means that the ProbeName was not found. Consequently the step of > median calculation returns NAs. > > In contrast when I run the same command with the example data dd.micro > then the results after > index = which(dd$genes$ProbeName %in% ProbeName.rep[ii]) > and printing index returns values such as: > 38 64 7162 7322 8113 8556 8883 9731 > which is basically returning the ProbeName indices. > > Since for my data the index retuns a zero values is that the reason > I am getting NA in the next steps and consequently at the step > > if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { > dd.aux$Rb = dd.aux$Rb + abs(min(dd.aux$Rb)) + 0.5 > > which returns the error: > > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed > > It seems to me that the program is not reading in the probe name data > correctly. > I am using the mouse Agilent data. > Has the program been tested on mouse as well as human? > Also, a possible complicating factor is that the test example with the > program does not include a step where > the data is read in to form the files. The data is simply read in from > the data statement, so I haven't really tried the > program on reading in a test data set. > > My session up to the attempt to normalize is: > #################################################################### ############# > > >> targets<-readTargets("Targets.txt",verbose=TRUE) > > Target File > FileName Treatment GErep > AxCNTx1x1x1 AxCNTx1x1x1.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx2x2x2 AxCNTx2x2x2.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx3x3x3 AxCNTx3x3x3.txt A.CNT 1 > AxCNTx7x4x4 AxCNTx7x4x4.txt A.CNT 1 > BxCCL4x1x1x5 BxCCL4x1x1x5.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x2x2x6 BxCCL4x2x2x6.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x3x3x7 BxCCL4x3x3x7.txt B.CCL4 2 > BxCCL4x5x4x8 BxCCL4x5x4x8.txt B.CCL4 2 > CxBDLx1x1x9 CxBDLx1x1x9.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx2x2x10 CxBDLx2x2x10.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx3x3x11 CxBDLx3x3x11.txt C.BDL 3 > CxBDLx4x4x12 CxBDLx4x4x12.txt C.BDL 3 > DxaHSCx1x1x13 DxaHSCx1x1x13.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx2x2x14 DxaHSCx2x2x14.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx3x3x15 DxaHSCx3x3x15.txt D.aHSC 4 > DxaHSCx4x4x16 DxaHSCx4x4x16.txt D.aHSC 4 > >> agiMicroraw<-readMicroRnaAFE(targets,verbose=TRUE) > Read AxCNTx1x1x1.txt > Read AxCNTx2x2x2.txt > Read AxCNTx3x3x3.txt > Read AxCNTx7x4x4.txt > Read BxCCL4x1x1x5.txt > Read BxCCL4x2x2x6.txt > Read BxCCL4x3x3x7.txt > Read BxCCL4x5x4x8.txt > Read CxBDLx1x1x9.txt > Read CxBDLx2x2x10.txt > Read CxBDLx3x3x11.txt > Read CxBDLx4x4x12.txt > Read DxaHSCx1x1x13.txt > Read DxaHSCx2x2x14.txt > Read DxaHSCx3x3x15.txt > Read DxaHSCx4x4x16.txt > > RGList: > dd$R: 'gTotalGeneSignal' > dd$G: 'gTotalProbeSignal' > dd$Rb: 'gMeanSignal' > dd$Gb: 'gProcessedSignal' > > > >> agiMicro.rma=rmaMicroRna(agiMicroraw, > + normalize=TRUE, > + background=FALSE) > Error in if (min(dd.aux$Rb) < 0) { : > missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed > #################################### > > I would greatly appreciate any help or suggestions you can offer. > > Best wishes, > Rich > ------------------------------------------------------------ > Richard A. Friedman, PhD > Associate Research Scientist, > Biomedical Informatics Shared Resource > Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) > Lecturer, > Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI) > Educational Coordinator, > Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (C2B2)/ > National Center for Multiscale Analysis of Genomic Networks (MAGNet) > Room 824 > Irving Cancer Research Center > Columbia University > 1130 St. Nicholas Ave > New York, NY 10032 > (212)851-4765 (voice) > friedman at cancercenter.columbia.edu > http://cancercenter.columbia.edu/~friedman/ > > In Memoriam, > George Scithers > > > > > *************** AVISO LEGAL *************** > Este mensaje va dirigido, de manera exclusiva, a su destinatario y > contiene informaci?n confidencial y sujeta al secreto profesional, > cuya divulgaci?n no est? permitida por la ley. 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