User: Shih-Te Yang

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Shih-Te Yang80
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index between genes and pathways
... Dear all: As you have known, "AnnBuilder" provide the well-annotation of GO and KEGG. I would like to know the index between genes and pathways in Yeast. Namely, I want to know whether the gene is belong to which pathway or not? However, I cannot find the functions in "AnnBuilder" package might lin ...
pathways go yeast written 15.9 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 15.9 years ago by rgentleman5.5k
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re-built a GO package by using function "GOPkgBuilder"?
... Dear all: I had re-built a GO package by using function "GOPkgBuilder" of "AnnBuilder" package. In the next, I can I up-date the old version of GO pkg by newest one? Thank you for the help. Shih-Te ------------------------------------------------ Shih-Te Yang, Ph.D. student Bioinformatics Research ...
go written 15.9 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 15.9 years ago by John Zhang2.9k
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inconsistent annotation between "getGO()" and "getGO()"
... Dear all: I got a GO_ID, such as "GO:0042989" from the commend below: > gg <- getGO(rownames(data.dat), data="YEAST") However, the GO_ID cannot be matched by AmiGo database. http://www.godatabase.org/cgi- bin/go.cgi?query=GO%3A0042989&view=query&sessi on_id=93871069092363&action= ...
annotation written 15.9 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 15.9 years ago by John Zhang2.9k
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Annotating yeast ORFs with GO and KEGG
... Dear all: I am wondering to annotate each of Yeast genes or ORFs with GO and KEGG pathway. As you had known, the package of "AnnBuilder" and metadata of "GO"/"KEGG" can provide the functions about what are genes involved in the specific GO category and KEGG pathway. However, I am interested in wha ...
go yeast annotate category written 15.9 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 15.9 years ago by Ken Simpson70
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Problems about Heatmap
... Dear all: Recently, I am using "heatmap" function to perform 2-Dimension hierarchical clustering for gene expression profile. The number of gene and condition are 6370 and 994 respectively. However, I got the error massage after running the "heatmap" function. Please see below: > heatmap(int.da ...
written 15.9 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80
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How to plot the edge with number in Rgraphviz?
... Hi, everyone: I think the package of "graph" and "Rgraphviz" can make my research come true. I am wondering to label the edge between two nodes with the numeric value. In other words, how can I plot and annotate the edge of the network in numbers? Please see the example below: 0 ...
annotate written 16.2 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 16.2 years ago by Jeff Gentry3.9k
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Errors in loading "Rgraphiz"
... Hi, I had installed "Rgraphviz" packages in my linux(Mandrake9.1) server. Besides warnings, there are some errors generated during the installation(Please see the attachment). However, I got the error massages while loading the package of "Rgraphviz". Please see them below: > library(Rgraphviz) ...
written 16.2 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 16.2 years ago by Jeff Gentry3.9k
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ctc package!
... Dear all: I had installed R1.6.1 in win2000 professional. After adding the package of "ctc", I got the error massage(see below) while loading this library. However, this library can work in Linux system. Can anybody tell how to deal with that? Thanks. ********************************************** ...
written 16.7 years ago by Shih-Te Yang80 • updated 16.7 years ago by Jeff Gentry3.9k

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