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Comment: C: change the citation of accepted Bioconductor R pacakage
... Thank you so much! I will have a try. ...
written 13 months ago by xyluo19910
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change the citation of accepted Bioconductor R pacakage
... Dear All, My R package was accepted by Bioconductor, but the citation information is not its corresponding paper but an R package citation. I am wondering how to change the citation in my R package source files. Many thanks for your great help! Xiangyu ...
citation written 14 months ago by xyluo19910 • updated 14 months ago by shepherl ♦♦ 1.6k
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Comment: C: Obtaining gene expression value for a list of genes
... Hi, sticking to the notations in that tutorial, you could use exprs(eset) to draw the expression matrix.  ...
written 14 months ago by xyluo19910
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Comment: C: how to create a NEWS file in R package
... Thank you very much for the information, Aaron! ...
written 15 months ago by xyluo19910
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how to create a NEWS file in R package
... Dear All, I have a slight question. Bioconductor requires a NEWS file in the submitted R package, so I just plainly insert a NEWS file. The reviewer suggests me to create one that is parsable by utils::news(). I read through the news() function, but I still don't know how to use the utils::news(). ...
news package written 15 months ago by xyluo19910 • updated 15 months ago by ahlammajid3520
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Comment: C: WARNING: remove set.seed usage in R code
... Thank you very much for the great replies! I have removed the set.seed within my function and explicitly state it outside. I greatly appreciate these helpful comment! ...
written 15 months ago by xyluo19910
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WARNING: remove set.seed usage in R code
... Dear All, Bioccheck gave me a warning of " WARNING: Remove set.seed usage in R code" because I used set.seed(seed) in my R function to reproduce results, where "seed" is an argument of my R function and can be specified by the user. To bypass Bioccheck, I have to remove the set.seed(seed) in my R f ...
R bioccheck written 16 months ago by xyluo19910 • updated 16 months ago by shepherl ♦♦ 1.6k

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