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Answer: A: Preferred RDBMS
... -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Steven Wanyee wrote: > I want to develop a database for importing and storing FCS data files from > our flow lab, and to then use the db with bioconductor tools. And I was just > curious as to which rdbms seems is preferred. If you want to st ...
written 10.5 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Comment: C: biomaRt manual
... Weiwei Shi wrote: > Thanks, Kasper. But I did use method B and found the vignettes. > However, it seems that one is not written in very detailed. I would propose method d) then: Have a look at the source-code to get a clue what functions/methods are available. This is free open source code, ...
written 10.7 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Answer: A: heatmap_2
... Ron Ophir wrote: > Hi, > One of the features of heatmap is to set Colv or Rowv to NA if I don't > wont to perform clustering on columns or rows respectively. This option > does not exist in heatmap_2. Is there another way to show columns or > rows cluster solely? > Thanks, > R ...
written 11.2 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Answer: A: Compiling RMAGEML 2.5.3 or 2.4.0 under Mac OS X 10.4.5 fails
... Hi list, Sorry for bugging you too early with this, has been a compiler- problem, which could be solved with sudo gcc_select 3.3 afterwards at least the compilation of RMAGEML 2.5.3 worked. I will keep yelling for help if things don't work later on. ;-) Sorry again. -- Bye, Marc Saric ...
written 11.6 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Compiling RMAGEML 2.5.3 or 2.4.0 under Mac OS X 10.4.5 fails
... Hi list, as the subject states, I tried to compile RMAGEML (the latest source package from Bioconductor (2.4.0) as well as the latest (linux, but also source) package from the homepage of the authors (2.5.3) on my PowerMac G5 OS X 10.4.5 with JDK 1.4.2 and JDK 1.5.0 rev 3 (both provided by Apple, d ...
rmageml written 11.6 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Comment: C: Fine tuning heatmap.2 graphics
... Wittner, Ben, Ph.D. wrote: > I have used the following code for setting margins for heatmap() (not > heatmap2()): > > margin.factor <- 12 > marg <- max(5, min(20, ceiling(margin.factor*max.nchar/ncol(expr3)))) > margins <- c(marg, marg) Thanks, will try. > where max ...
written 11.7 years ago by Marc Saric70
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Fine tuning heatmap.2 graphics
... Dear all, I like to use heatmap.2 from the gplots library package to automatically plot heatmaps from microarray data. Things work fine so far, but two problems remain: 1. Depending on the amount of data to be displayed, the fontsize of the labels changes dynamically (as it should) and with that, ...
microarray written 11.7 years ago by Marc Saric70 • updated 11.7 years ago by Wittner, Ben290

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