## User: Ana Conesa

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... Dear Guido The Blast2GO Functional Annotation Repository http://blast2go.bioinfo.cipf.es/b2gfar contains GO annotations for 17 non-model species Affymetrix GeneChip's, including Medicago. You can use the annotation simply as such or in combination with Blast2GO for analysis purposes (enrichment,vis ...
written 10.5 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Dear Paco, You might want to have a look at the maSigPro package. The maSigPro method uses regression to analyze time-series data. The program allows you to choose a polynomical degree to model more or less complex patterns. You have many time points and no replication and this is in principle OK f ...
written 10.6 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Dear list, Can someone indicate a R function for translating an open reading frame into a protein sequence? Thanks Ana ...
written 10.8 years ago by Ana Conesa340 • updated 10.8 years ago by Hervé Pagès ♦♦ 14k
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... Dear Colleagues, Because of the fairly late release of the second contest data set we have had many requests for a deadline extension. We have thus decided to push back the deadline for all papers by two more weeks to 22 October. For fairness towards already submitted manuscripts, past submissions ...
written 10.9 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Dear list, I was wondering if anyone knows a R package or function to investigate distribution of next-generation sequencing mapping data on chromosomes and find regions with a significant aggregation of mapped reads. Cheers Ana ...
written 10.9 years ago by Ana Conesa340 • updated 10.9 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 23k
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... CAMDA'08, Vienna, Austria, 4-6 December 2008 -- http://camda.bioinfo.cipf.es/ News: ** Emerald calibration data set released! ** News: ** CAMDA is featured in the August Nature Methods editorial! ** Dear colleague! We cordially invite you to attend this year's conference on Critical As ...
written 11.0 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Dear Daniel You could have a look into the maSigPro package. It consider time or any other continuous variable as such and indentifies genes with significant changes their expression trend for one or more than one series. Best regards Ana Conesa Daniel Brewer wrote: > What is the best way in ...
written 11.3 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Hi Marcelo You should be running the see.genes function as: > see.genes(sigs$sig.genes$Time, ...) or > see.genes(sigs$sig.genes$Time2, ...) etc. Hope this helps Ana Marcelo Laia wrote: > Dear, > > We have a Single Series Time Course and we would like to analyse it on maSigP ...
written 11.5 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... hits=-2.6 tests=BAYES_00 X-USF-Spam-Flag: NO Dear Colleague, We are pleased to announce the IV International Course on Microarray Data Analysis to be held at the CIPF (Valencia) in March 2008. The course provides theoretical and practical lectures on the use of user-friendly web tools for the ana ...
written 11.6 years ago by Ana Conesa340
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... Dear List, I am getting a couple of erros when trying to import gpr files using the read.maimages of Limma RG1<-read.maimages(targets1,source="genepix") Error in sub(pattern, replacement, x, ignore.case, extended, fixed, useBytes) : input string 1 is invalid in this locale In this cas ...
written 11.7 years ago by Ana Conesa340 • updated 11.7 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 23k

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