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Answer: A: combining data from two R arrays
... Thanks!!!!! On 6 Oct 2007, at 18:03, jsv at stat.osu.edu wrote: > drop the comma > >> Deal all, >> >> I have two identically sized arrays, one logical and one numerical. I >> would like to take the TRUE/FALSE data from the logical array and set >> every false p ...
written 12.1 years ago by Richard Harrison70
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combining data from two R arrays
... Deal all, I have two identically sized arrays, one logical and one numerical. I would like to take the TRUE/FALSE data from the logical array and set every false prediction to 0 in the numerical array. I tried: yn[throwOut,]=NA - where throwOut is the logical array and yn is the numerical one ...
go survival annotate genefilter vsn tilingarray written 12.1 years ago by Richard Harrison70
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Answer: A: vsm2
... genius.... i mean vsn... > Dear all, > I have used vsn2 on my arrays with an lts.quantile of 0.9. I would > like to know how to access the part of the analysis which flags a > value as unchanged or changed between the control and test > samples ... if there is such a thing. > Many ...
written 12.2 years ago by Richard Harrison70
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vsm2
... Dear all, I have used vsm2 on my arrays with an lts.quantile of 0.9. I would like to know how to access the part of the analysis which flags a value as unchanged or changed between the control and test samples ... if there is such a thing. Many thanks, Richard Harrison Here are the commands i'm us ...
survival geneplotter affy vsn limma affyio written 12.2 years ago by Richard Harrison70 • updated 12.2 years ago by Wolfgang Huber13k
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Comment: C: Stuck with Yeast Tiling Array
... Thanks Joern, I'm starting to understand now. I am a total beginner at R, so all this is very new. How do i make an equivalent of the davidTiling $nucleicAcid ? If I type that i see this: > davidTiling$nucleicAcid [1] genomic DNA genomic DNA genomic DNA poly(A) RNA poly(A) RNA poly (A) RNA [7] ...
written 12.2 years ago by Richard Harrison70
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Comment: C: Stuck with Yeast Tiling Array
... Thanks Joern, The first part works great: > sampleNames(richard) [1] "./ucont.CEL" "./utest.CEL" I now see the above. I was worried that when i use the davidTiling dataset and i do sampleNames, each Cel file is preceeded by a number, so what i would expect to see is: [1] "./ucont.CEL" [2] ". ...
written 12.2 years ago by Richard Harrison70
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Stuck with Yeast Tiling Array
... Dear All, I am having problems trying to analyze some genomic tiling arrays that i have done using s.cerevisiae reverse tiling arrays. Can anyone help on some/all of these issues please? I am trying to use the tilingArray package and the davidTiling packages 1) I load my arrays in using the follo ...
tilingarray written 12.2 years ago by Richard Harrison70 • updated 12.2 years ago by Joern Toedling720

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