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BioConductor Developer Workshop Lausanne Info
... Hi, Here is an update of information on the BioConductor Developer Workshop, to be held in Lausanne, Switzerland on 4-5 April 2007. If you have already registered, you should receive an email with this information, please let me know if you did not get it. And there are still places available, se ...
written 12.7 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Announcement: BioConductor Developer Workshop
... BioConductor Developer Workshop 4 - 5 April 2007 Lausanne, Switzerland This meeting is aimed at active developers as well as prospective developers interested in improving package writing skills and contributing to the BioConductor project. The workshop will be held at the University of Lausanne ...
annotation biobase written 12.8 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Answer: A: Compare results from different analysis (Affymetrix)
... Sean Davis writes: > > On Wednesday 13 December 2006 02:56, Ingrid H. G. ?stensen wrote: > > Hi > > > > I usually do a quality control of the data before I turn the data set into > > an ExpressionSet. If I use justRMA, how can I then quality control the data > > ...
written 12.9 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Answer: A: Differential Expression Methods
... hi..... martin doherty writes: > > Hi, > > I have Tumour and Normal technical replicates run on both FFPE and > RNA-Later. > These are run on X3P arrays. I am interested in comparing the outcome from > both > fixation methods. When I compare the transcripts classed > as ...
written 13.0 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Computing a diference of 2 differences from a CpG Island experiment using LimmaGUI
... hi....... Richard Friedman writes: > > Dear Bioconductor Users, > I am trying to use LimmaGUI to analyze a CpG island experiment. > > I wish to calculate the statistical significance associated with the > comparison > (Tumor Undigested-Tumor Digested) vs. (Normal Undigested-N ...
cancer limmagui written 13.1 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Answer: A: CyberT versus Moderated t Comparison
... Ann Hess writes: > > Does anyone happen to know of any papers which compare CyberT (Baldi and > Long) to Moderated t (Smyth)? > > Ann hi, you might try: Kooperberg C, Aragaki A, Strand AD, Olson JM. Significance testing for small microarray experiments. Stat Med. 2005 Aug 15;24( ...
written 13.1 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Workshop on Statistics for Biomolecular Data Integration and Modeling 2007
... [Apologies in advance if you receive multiple copies of this email] This is to announce and invite your participation in a workshop on Statistics for Biomolecular Data Integration and Modeling, to be held from 10 - 15 June 2007 at Ascona in the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland. The purpose of ...
written 13.2 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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Answer: A: Combining two datasets - help to use GeneMeta.
... Robert Gentleman writes: > > > Sean Davis wrote: > > Sharon wrote: > >> Hi, > >> > >> I am trying to combine two Affy datasets (on rae230a chips), where > >> experiments done one year apart. In the first dataset, we have 2 > >> strains ...
written 13.4 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230
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base of B-value log in Limma - still not sure
... Richard Friedman writes: > > Dear Morten, > > Thank you for your answer, but I am still not sure based upon it. > In Limma log2 is used for absolute intensities, and for M. > M=log2(Intenisity2)-log2(Intensity1). In limma, B and M appear in > the same table and graphs. ...
limma written 13.5 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230 • updated 13.5 years ago by Gordon Smyth39k
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Answer: A: Scaling Factor for Affymetrix chips.
... Khan, Sohail writes: > > Dear All, > > Is the Scaling Factor (from GCOS) still neccessary for the quality assessment of Affy, eventhough we are > applying RMA or GCRMA for the probe level analysis?? Many times we only have the .cel files from an > experiment, in this case how ...
written 13.7 years ago by Darlene Goldstein230

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