User: Min-Han Tan

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Min-Han Tan40
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Error when running rma
... Good evening, I am encountering problems running rma with a particular CEL file (when included into a group of other CEL files). It does not appear when operating on other CEL files independently. All files are hgu133plus2 chips. My setup: R 2.0.1 on Linux; latest version of affy (not devel) > ...
written 14.6 years ago by Min-Han Tan40
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Answer: A: pamr / R graphics recording
... Hi Katleen, I think I know why. You have to specify values for geneids and genenames in your initial train.data, otherwise you get the error message you reported for both pamr.plotcen and pamr.listgenes. See following output as illustration: > train.data<-list(x=exprData.clean,y=dx) > p ...
written 14.8 years ago by Min-Han Tan40
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Comment: C: Clustering and gene modules
... Thanks for the reply. Using a package to generate differentially expressed genes is possible, but it makes for a large number of preliminary gene lists (with 6 subtypes, 41). Dividing the lists into up and downexpressed doubles the number of lists to go through. But I certainly agree that this is l ...
written 14.8 years ago by Min-Han Tan40
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Clustering and gene modules
... New Year greetings to all. I have a problem which I am not sure how best to solve, and hope to seek advice from the list. I have 200 oligonucleotide arrays of about 13000 transcripts, belonging to approximately 6 different cancer subtypes. Essentially, I am hoping to first identify "gene modules" ...
genetics clustering cancer gocluster written 14.8 years ago by Min-Han Tan40 • updated 14.8 years ago by Sean Davis21k

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