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Hi bioconductor group, I am using the limma package for most of microarray analyses in our Department (Genetic). It is extremely useful. I would like to share results with the other group member. Does anyone have a function that would email the toptable automatically to a groupware server or list of email recipients? Or is such feature planned? Thank you very much, Gisberto Cicero ____________________________________________________________ Navighi a 4 MEGA e i primi 3 mesi sono GRATIS.
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gisberto.cicero20 wrote:
Hi bioconductor group, I am using the limma package for most of microarray analyses in our Department (Genetic). It is extremely useful. I would like to share results with the other group member. Does anyone have a function that email the toptable automatically to a groupware server or list of email recipients? Or is such a feature planned? Thank you very much, Gisberto Cicero ____________________________________________________________ Navighi a 4 MEGA e i primi 3 mesi sono GRATIS.
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Francois Pepin1.3k wrote:
Hi Gisberto, It's not really Limma's job to do that. It wouldn't be difficult at all to get a simple script running that takes care of them. On a unix-y system, I'd probably just save it to file (write.table does the trick) and then do system() calls to the mail command or something similar. (assuming fit is a MArrayML object from lmFit) > write.table(topTable(fit), file='temp.txt') > system('mail -s limmaFit user@example.com < temp.txt') > system('rm temp.txt') Any other scripting languages should let you do something like that as well. Francois
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Hi Gisberto, It's not really Limma's job to do that. It wouldn't be difficult at all to get a simple script running that takes care of them. On a unix-y system, I'd probably just save it to file (write.table does the trick) and then do system() calls to the mail command or something similar. (assuming fit is a MArrayML object from lmFit) > write.table(topTable(fit), file='temp.txt') > system('mail -s limmaFit user@example.com < temp.txt') > system('rm temp.txt') Any other scripting languages should let you do something like that as well. Francois On Sat, 2005-05-07 at 04:08, gisberto.cicero wrote: > Hi bioconductor group, > > I am using the limma package for most of microarray analyses in our Department > (Genetic). It is extremely useful. I would like to share results with the > other group member. Does anyone have a function that would email the toptable > automatically to a groupware server or list of email recipients? Or is such > feature planned? > > Thank you very much, > > Gisberto Cicero > > > > > ____________________________________________________________ > Navighi a 4 MEGA e i primi 3 mesi sono GRATIS. > > _______________________________________________ > Bioconductor mailing list > Bioconductor@stat.math.ethz.ch > https://stat.ethz.ch/mailman/listinfo/bioconductor -- Fran?ois Pepin "If A equals success, then the formula is: A=X+Y+Z. X is work. Y is play. Z is keep your mouth shut." Albert Einstein
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