User: Palmer, Lance

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Re: Defining your own chromosome annotations
... Sean, I am using Yersinia pestis microarray from TIGR. This chip is constructed from genes from two different strains of Y. pestis, KIM and CO92. It is mainly CO92 (3885 ORFs) but has 944 ORFS from KIM not found in CO92 (and some genes are on main chromosome, and some on virulence plasmids). The ...
microarray geneplotter limma annbuilder genomes written 14.5 years ago by Palmer, Lance30
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Defining your own chromosome annotations
... I am working with a number of bacterial genomes. I would like to define my own chromosome and annotations along the chromosomes, then view gene expression with regards to these genes. geneplotter and annotate seem to use already available data structures. Is there a way for a use to design there ...
geneplotter genomes written 14.5 years ago by Palmer, Lance30 • updated 14.5 years ago by Sean Davis21k
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backgroundCorrect(method="normexp") problems
... I am just starting to do microarray analysis. I have been trying to normalize 4 chips (two dye-swap experiments done in biological replicates) After doing backgroundCorrect(method="normexp") , one of the arrays has all of its $G values at NaN. This does not happen when any other method is used. ...
microarray written 14.6 years ago by Palmer, Lance30 • updated 14.6 years ago by Gordon Smyth39k

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