User: Christina Kendziorski

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Comment: C: Yeast and LocuslinkIDs
... Affy yeast genome s98 Christina Christina Kendziorski Assistant Professor Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics University of Wisconsin - Madison Medical Sciences Center (6729) 1300 University Avenue Madison, Wisconsin 53706 Phone: (608) 262-3146 Fax: (608) 265-7916 On Fri, 21 J ...
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Yeast and LocuslinkIDs
... Hi all, We are trying to use GOHyperG on yeast. The problem seems to be that there is no yeast2locuslinkid function, and GOHyperG expects locuslink ids. I cannot seem to find an easy way to go from yeast probe set ids to locuslink ids. Is there a way ? We are currently trying to work something ...
go yeast written 14.8 years ago by Christina Kendziorski60 • updated 14.8 years ago by Sean Davis21k
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Answer: A: ygs98
... Hi, I'm getting an error (see below) when I run the example from the help page on GOHyperG in GOstats. I can't tell if the problem is internal to our setup, but I expect it might not be as I see this error on both our Stat. Dept. and Biostat. Dept. machines. Thanks for any help, Christina > ...
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ygs98
... Hi, I am hoping to get the source code for the ygs98 annotation package. The link on the metadata page seems to be broken. Thanks for any help, Christina Christina Kendziorski Assistant Professor Department of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics University of Wisconsin - Madison Medical Sc ...
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Answer: A: Pooling in microarray studies
... Hi Wiesner, Pooling, as you have noted, is often done when sufficient mRNA is not available. I see that others have indicated that you probably have enough mRNA...but I will make a few comments anyway. Pooling is also done in an effort to reduce the effect of biological variability. There are many ...
written 16.1 years ago by Christina Kendziorski60
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Querying PubMed Database
... I am very interested to query PubMed using Bioconductor. I can load annotate, affy, affydata without trouble. I've run RMA on data sets without problems. For some reason, I am running into trouble when trying to follow the instructions in "HowTo:Automated Querying of PubMed Data". I can't load hg ...
hgu95av2 rae230a annotate affy affydata written 16.1 years ago by Christina Kendziorski60 • updated 16.1 years ago by Vincent J. Carey, Jr.6.3k

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