User: thomas sierocinski

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[XPS] Background computation on single CEL file
... Dear All, Dear Christian, I've used XPS quite extensively to process/analyse human Exon arrays. I would like to make some quality control measures on a single CEL file but I'm running into trouble at the background computation/correction step: apparently the "bgcorrect.rma" does not allow to proces ...
process xps written 7.9 years ago by thomas sierocinski50 • updated 7.9 years ago by cstrato3.9k
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Comment: C: [XPS] integrating data processed outside of XPS into the tree
... This is very helpful. Thanks. Thomas 2011/9/27 cstrato > Dear Thomas, > > Yes, it is possible, see the examples in the help files ?'intensity<-' and > ?'expr<-'. > > ad 1, intensity<- > You can create new raw data, e.g. a user of xps has once applied "vsn" to > t ...
written 8.2 years ago by thomas sierocinski50
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Comment: C: [XPS] integrating data processed outside of XPS into the tree
... Dear Chrisitan, Thanks for your answer. Is there any way to assign a data matrix (created outside XPS) to a ROOT tree? Cheers, Thomas 2011/9/24 cstrato > Dear Thomas, > > I was looking at the source code of fRMA, which currently supports only > "hgu133a", "hgu133plus2", "mouse4302 ...
written 8.2 years ago by thomas sierocinski50
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[XPS] integrating data processed outside of XPS into the tree
... Dear All, Dear Christian, I'm using XPS to process/analyse human Exon arrays. I would like to use fRMA (frozen Robust MultiArray Analysis) to normalize/summarize the data. I'd like to know if is there a way to summarize/normalize data using fRMA in XPS. More generally, is there a way to process the ...
process xps frma written 8.2 years ago by thomas sierocinski50 • updated 8.2 years ago by cstrato3.9k
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[XPS] detection call using MAS5 and DABG
... Dear All, I'm using XPS to analyse Human Exon Arrays. I tried DABG and MAS5 to compute the detection calls and I'm getting very different results (It seems to me that things gets scrambled at some point). here is the code I used: root.path <- "/home/thomas/QC.reporting/batch27/ROOT_files" root ...
xps written 8.2 years ago by thomas sierocinski50 • updated 8.2 years ago by cstrato3.9k

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