User: Ramon Diaz-Uriarte

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bug in nem's transitive.reduction? (and thus rBiopaxParser)
... transitive.reduction in nem does not always return the transitive reduction unless one applies transitive.reduction on the transitive closure of the graph. So I think that either the code should be fixed (by using transitive.closure first) or the documentation fixed (but this second route seems dang ...
nem rbiopaxparser graphs written 12 months ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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Job: postdoctoral position in Computational Biology/Statistics/Evolutionary Biology in Madrid, Spain
... Dear All, A 1-year postdoctoral position in Computational Biology/Bioinformatics/Evol. Biology/Statistics is available in Madrid, Spain. Brief description: Simulation and analysis of evolutionary processes in cancer. Requirements: - Postdoc younger than 30 years. - Be registered as resident (" ...
jobs job R bioconductor c++ simulation written 12 months ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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Comment: C: TRONCO: PDF reference manual disagrees with help in development version
... Martin, thanks for looking into into it and for the explanation (I was mistakenly under the wrong impression that the tar.gz was the "correct thing"). I'll wait for the new build then. ...
written 21 months ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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TRONCO: PDF reference manual disagrees with help in development version
... Dear All, The reference manual for the development version of TRONCO (https://www.bioconductor.org/packages/3.3/bioc/manuals/TRONCO/man/TRONCO.pdf) disagrees with the actual functions available. In particular, at least some functions in the reference manual do not exist and some arguments for exist ...
tronco written 21 months ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70 • updated 21 months ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 21k
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Answer: A: snapCGH segmentation fault
... Dear Tobias, Increasing the stack limit with ulimit might help. For instance, you could do: ulimit -s unlimited R --vanilla < run-my-biohmm-code.R &> output-biohmm.Rout from the shell. As you see, we issue ulimit before running R (and we run R from that very same shell in which we iss ...
written 2.2 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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Comment: C: GLAD crashes when built with gcc-4.8
... Hi Martin, On Sat, 28-12-2013, at 23:07, mtmorgan at fhcrc.org wrote: > If possible run as. > > R -d valgrind -f script.R > > Where script.R is the minimal commands to produce the problem ( eg no > need for biocLite). Compare the output with one less than the minimal > scrip ...
written 4.1 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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GLAD crashes when built with gcc-4.8
... Dear All, At least one function (daglad) from the GLAD package crashes with a segfault when compiled with gcc-4.8 but not with gcc-4.7. I am not sure if this is a problem with GLAD or, more unlikely, with R. (Details below) Has anybody seen something similar? Best, R. Details: ======== - How ...
glad written 4.1 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70 • updated 4.1 years ago by Martin Morgan ♦♦ 21k
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Comment: C: error in loading GLAD package
... On Wed, 09 Nov 2011 13:15:29 -0800,Martin Morgan wrote: > On 11/09/2011 09:56 AM, Qian Liu wrote: > > Hi all, > > I have trouble loading GLAD package, does someone know what the error > > mean? also there is a pop-up window saying system error, missing > > libgsl-0.dll ...
written 6.2 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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Answer: A: Welcome to the "Bioconductor" mailing list
... Adriana, by replying to the email you got when you subscribed, you just sent all of us (and those who may browse the archives) your password to the BioC list. Best, R. On Wed, 2 Nov 2011 10:17:37 -0400,Adriana Munoz wrote: > Hello, > I'd like to ask you if there is an attribute for SNP ...
written 6.2 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70
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Comment: C: understanding ACME
... Hi Sean, Oh, yes, it does help. I misunderstood because I thought that the chi-square was comparing expected with observed, taking the expected from the proportions of above/below the threshold from the complete data set (i.e., as if doing a chi-square test against a know, theoretical, proportion). ...
written 10.0 years ago by Ramon Diaz-Uriarte70

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