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Comment: C: matrix row/column displayed as a list
... Hi Duncan, I ran the XML as you specified below, and got version 1.6-2, instead of 1.6-0 which is the CRAN version. When trying the run saveXML the error message persists though. I think it might be a problem with my R installation (R version 2.4.1 (2006-12-18) built from binary), since the functi ...
written 12.6 years ago by hdvi50
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Comment: C: matrix row/column displayed as a list
... Hi Duncan and others, I have a problem with saveXML. I'm trying to to this: > saveXML(toGXL(test), file="test.gxl") where 'test' is an object of class graphNEL. This works fine on a linux and PC, but not on mac, which is my standard machine for running R (sessionInfo below). > saveXML(toGX ...
written 12.6 years ago by hdvi50
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Comment: C: Plate or print-order effects - limma
... Dear Jenny As I recall, ngrid.r & ngrid.c are the number of grid rows and columns, so 12 and 4 in your case, while nspot.r & nspot.c are the number of spot rows and columns within each grid block, probably 20 and 21 for you. I don't think the number of dips per spot is taken into account. ...
written 12.8 years ago by hdvi50
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Answer: A: limma question
... On 10 Feb 2006, at 00:50, Michael Stapelberg wrote: > Hi. > > I am having a few problems with LIMMA that never happened before. The > first problem is trying to access and download my .gpr files into R. > Previously I would change the working directory to a nominated file > that ...
written 13.7 years ago by hdvi50
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4-color microarrays
... Hi We're currently beginning to use microarrays with 4 colors, and I was wondering whether anyone out there had any experience analyzing those using Bioconductor? I've previously used limma for normal microarray analysis and also for arrays with just 1 dye. I've been quite happy with that, but it ...
microarray limma written 14.1 years ago by hdvi50 • updated 14.1 years ago by A.J. Rossini210

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