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Answer: A: How do you find your orthologues?
... Bruce, Hans, Alex, Many thanks for the tips and the example. Both biomaRt and HomoVert look excellent to map across species. But, and i could be wrong, i could be out of luck for for a direct mapping to/from GI numbers. I'll either be back with a solution. Or a new thread :) Thanks again, Karl ...
written 6.7 years ago by k. brand420
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How do you find your orthologues?
... Esteemed Bioconductor UseRs and Devs, How do you find your orthologues? We have a variety of data (proteomic, expression) from a variety of species (mouse, rat, pig, human) with lots of primary identifiers (GI-number, ensembl gene ID, gene-symbol). What we need to do is take such an identifier, sa ...
written 6.7 years ago by k. brand420
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Comment: C: package ‘DAVIDQuery’ is not available (for R version 2.14.0)
... Hi Mike, "sudo apt-get install libcurl4-openssl-dev" Solved the problem :) I now have: > library("DAVIDQuery") Loading required package: RCurl Loading required package: bitops This is DAVIDQuery Version 1.14.0 2010-06-10 > Many thanks! I'd still appreciate a tip on appropriate ways ...
written 7.3 years ago by k. brand420
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Comment: C: package ‘DAVIDQuery’ is not available (for R version 2.14.0)
... Hi Iain, (Martin and James), Yes, Ubuntu. Yes, i've upgraded R versions at least once, and ubuntu version once. Also given @Martin's comments, this could be the outcome of working with R on Ubuntu without paying attention to what goes where during package installation and R upgrading (as applies t ...
written 7.3 years ago by k. brand420
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Comment: C: package ‘DAVIDQuery’ is not available (for R version 2.14.0)
... Thank you Dan, James, Martin re. DAVIDQuery. Ok, install.packages() was NOT a good start, but a lesson i think i'll remember thanks to the surprisingly restrained pointers :) But within either emacs/ess or a terminal running "sudo R --vanilla" i fail to install "DAVIDQueary" using: source("http:/ ...
written 7.3 years ago by k. brand420
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package ‘DAVIDQuery’ is not available (for R version 2.14.0)
... Esteemed BioC UseRs and Devs, I'm trying (and failing) to install the BioC package "DAVIDQuery". There must be a simple way to solve this issue, but my googling failed to solve this issue. Within (ESS/Emacs) R --vanilla i tried: > install.packages("DAVIDQuery", dependencies=TRUE) Installing ...
written 7.3 years ago by k. brand420 • updated 7.3 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 23k
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Comment: C: heatmap 'contrast': suggestions for a zlim adjustment in heatmap.2
... Hi Elizabeth, Certainly- your code yield's identical heatmap's. The motivation of my original post was how to conveniently achieve zlim adjustment within heatmap.2() ? la the zlim= arg in image() and heatplot(). I'd already achieved a 'hack' for this by specifying breaks, but this generated the wa ...
written 8.6 years ago by k. brand420
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Comment: C: heatmap 'contrast': suggestions for a zlim adjustment in heatmap.2
... Thank you Kevin, I took a punt on your suggestion which is very helpful given that i need more control over the details of my plots. But that also means i will need more understanding about what i'm doing and how to do it. Which i lack. I failed to duplicate the clustering i achieved within heatma ...
written 8.6 years ago by k. brand420
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heatmap 'contrast': suggestions for a zlim adjustment in heatmap.2
... Esteemed BioC Users, In pursuit of a simple method to adjust the "contrast" of a heatmap i attempted to use the image() argument "zlim" in heatmap.2, both directly and using add.expr. These attempts failed (shown below on my example heatmap.2). heatplot() from library(made4) includes just such a c ...
written 8.6 years ago by k. brand420 • updated 8.6 years ago by Kevin Coombes430
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Answer: A: Another limma factorial that needs controlling and pairing
... Hi Sabrina, On 8/16/2010 3:33 PM, Sabrina AT Case wrote: > Hi, Karl: > Thank you for the detailed explanation. I need to understand the > Treatment-contrast parametrization since I always used the design > matrix as what you did the first time. I need to digest more about > it. > ...
written 8.6 years ago by k. brand420

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