CNAnorm Error in addDNACopy -> arguments imply differing number of rows...
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karim • 0
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Last seen 6.0 years ago

Hey together,

I started to use CNAnorm in R and sometimes I got this Error:

CN <- addDNACopy(CN)
Error in (function(...,row.names = NULL, check.rows = FALSE, check.names = TRUE,   :
arguments imply differing number of rows: 303, 301

after I done this:

library(CNAnorm)
set.seed(31)
sample <- read.table("sample.tab", header=TRUE)
CN <- dataFrame2object(sample)
CN <- addDNACopy(CN)

any ideas how I can solve that problem or why that error appears? Can I just delete 2 Rows?

Thanks for help!

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Hi.

I have tried the following

library(CNAnorm)
data(LS041)
sample <- LS041
CN <- dataFrame2object(sample)
CN <- addDNACopy(CN)

And I don't get any error.

I suspect there is something "strange" with your input data.

what is the output of

head(sample)
tail(sample)
unique(sample$Chr)

How have you created that file?

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