User: Ian Sudbery

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Answer: A: some questions about RNAi hit selection
... Hi Rajarshi, I spent a long time thinking about this problem when I did some screening. My problem was slightly different because I had 2 siRNAs for each gene and 2 replicates for each replicate, but still not enough to do traditional stats. The first thing I suggest is that you analysis the da ...
written 10.4 years ago by Ian Sudbery50
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Comment: C: Fwd: Re: which package can do GSEA for no model organism
... Have you tried R-GSEA at http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/ which allows the use of standard or custom arrays and gene sets. Ian --- Pengcheng Yang wrote: > Hi, > Thanks for your zealous reply. > Sorry for my inadequate question description. > We have done the GO annotation for the Unige ...
written 10.4 years ago by Ian Sudbery50
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Answer: A: cellHTS readPlateList funciton cannot find files
... After Studying the code of readPlateList some more, I tracked the error down. The function locates the filename within the directory by greping the filename against the directory. If it doesn't find exactly one match then it returns "File not found". However, this directory contains longer filenames ...
written 10.4 years ago by Ian Sudbery50
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cellHTS readPlateList funciton cannot find files
... Hi, I'm trying to us cellHTS2 to analysis screening data. I have a plate list file (called final_platelist) with 72 files in it, the first few rows of which look like: Filename Plate Replicate Channel Batch 1a1.before 1 1 1 1 1a1.after 1 1 2 1 1a2.before ...
cellhts2 written 10.4 years ago by Ian Sudbery50
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Navigating data in the cellHTS2 object
... Hi, I'm just trying to migrate from cellHTS1 to cellHTS2 and I wonder if somebody could answer me some questions around the new structure of the object. If x is a cellHTS2 object created with: x <- readPlateList("platelist2.txt", name = expName, path = dataPath) from a platelist file that ...
cellhts2 written 10.4 years ago by Ian Sudbery50

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