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doubt about samr siggenes.table$genes.up
... Hi, here's my siggenes.table$genes.up snippet. Two class unpaired SAMR analysis. "Row" "Gene ID" "Gene Name" "Score(d)" "Numerator(r)" "Denominator(s+s0)" "Fold Change" "q-value(%)" "1" "25" "RPL15P22" "RPL15P22" "-1.44115338424578" "-18" "12.4899959967968" "1.27368448239355" "0" "2" "47" "CHAF1A" ...
siggenes written 9.4 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90
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Comment: C: affy: expresso in separated steps
... Hi Christian this seems to be in the right direction, but I could not find any example of how it explicitly saves intermediary results as text files thanks in advance Kenji On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:22 PM, cstrato wrote: > Dear Kenji, > > Maybe you could use package xps, which has a ...
written 10.0 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90
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Comment: C: affy: expresso in separated steps
... wow I'll give it a try! thanks! [] Kenji On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 5:22 PM, cstrato wrote: > Dear Kenji, > > Maybe you could use package xps, which has a similar function "express" > which allows you to do normalization stepwise and save interim results as > text files for reuse, ...
written 10.0 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90
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Comment: C: affy: expresso in separated steps
... Hi James thanks for the fast answer I am afraid I can't do that. The idea here is to reuse some other normalization methods (not implemented in R), so I'd have to, somehow, save these intermediary results, perform another normalization method, then restore this normalized data to perform summariza ...
written 10.0 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90
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affy: expresso in separated steps
... Hi I'd like to know how to perform affy expresso in separate steps for example what I'd like is CEL data => bg correction => save corrected data into a file X load file X => normalization => save normalized data into file Y load file Y => summarization => save summarized data i ...
normalization cdf affy written 10.0 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90 • updated 10.0 years ago by James W. MacDonald51k
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Comment: C: installing xtable
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written 11.7 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90
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installing xtable
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written 11.7 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90 • updated 11.7 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 23k
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R_HOME and biocep
... Hi I am working in a machine that has R installed, but I don't know how to discover the R_HOME value to install EBI Biocep R is installed at /usr/local/bin/R I suppose it's been installed via RPM so I am not sure what's the R_HOME value in this case another doubt, related to EBI Biocep I've d ...
written 11.9 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90 • updated 11.9 years ago by Hervé Pagès ♦♦ 14k
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flowCore gate syntax
... Hi, I am not sure if this is the proper way to ask questions about flowCore. If it's not, please excuse me. I've noticed that it has several gates (rectangleGate, polygonGate, polytopeGate and ellipsoidGate) but only rectangleGate syntax is covered in the documentation (it was written April 25, 200 ...
written 12.5 years ago by Leonardo Kenji Shikida90 • updated 12.5 years ago by Byron Ellis100

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