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Comment: C: Rdbi.PgSQL
... Hrishikesh Deshmukh wrote: > Hi, > > I am using Debian linux, i use apt-get to install > postgresql and installation is all done by apt-get > install command! Any pointers how to find postgresql > client libs on debian! > > Thanks, > Hrishi > apt-get install libpgsql2 ...
written 12.7 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: turning cluster trees upside down
... Naomi Altman wrote: > Thanks, Andy, but I don't think this is what I need. > > I have never used grid, but the documentation says that it is used to > add grid lines to a plot. What I have is a cluster diagram which I want > to flip. I cannot simply use "flip" in a draw routine, bec ...
written 12.7 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Answer: A: what linux version for Affy chip analysis
... Dr_Gyorffy_Balazs wrote: > Hi all! > > I had a lot of memory problems under windows, therefore I > have decided to install a Linux on my computer. However, > there are several Linux versions, and I don't know, which > one to use with R? I would like to process a lot of > Affymet ...
written 12.8 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: package Ruuid
... alberto goldoni wrote: > On Tuesday 07 September 2004 02:55, you wrote: > i use debian and wtih apt-cache search glib-devel i obtain no results > there is no package called glib-devel > >>alberto goldoni wrote: >> >>>Hi, i have R 1.9.0 under linux. >>>i have ...
written 13.2 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: ? using arrayQuality package
... Richard Finney writes: > Bioconductors, > I am trying to implement an extension to R > which I hope to make into a bioconductor package. > The program will process Qstar proteomics data. > I wish to implement a function called "binandnorm". > However, I'm getting an unresolved sy ...
written 13.5 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: unbalanced factorial design
... Naomi Altman writes: > Can you all use lme() on 20,000 probe sets and live to talk about > it? > > It depends on how much patience you have! > > I have e-talked with Doug Bates about this. He says that a much > faster version of lme will soon be available. However, "soon" sh ...
written 13.8 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: getBioC(relLevel="devel") fails under r-devel
... Jeff Gentry writes: > > Using a current version of r-devel on a Debian GNU/Linux system I > > encounter an error in getBioC(relLevel="devel"). > > Is this happening to you on R-release? Is it possible that something has > changed in the time between R-release and now in the R ...
written 14.1 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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getBioC(relLevel="devel") fails under r-devel
... Using a current version of r-devel on a Debian GNU/Linux system I encounter an error in getBioC(relLevel="devel"). The part of the transcript after creating the reposTools package is ... winConvertSourceRepos text html latex example * DONE (reposTools) Loading required packag ...
repostools written 14.1 years ago by Douglas Bates180 • updated 14.1 years ago by Jeff Gentry3.9k
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Answer: A: RE: Bioconductor Digest, Vol 8, Issue 15
... Although you didn't say so I presume you were replying to the message on time-course experiments. (You quoted 10 different messages from a digest in your reply.) Is there a reason for not using the lme function in the nlme package to obtain the maximum likelihood or REML estimates for the mixed-eff ...
written 14.1 years ago by Douglas Bates180
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Comment: C: 64-bit CPUs and bioconductor
... David Henderson writes: > > Now that both PC and Mac have 64-bit CPU capable of addressing several > > gigabytes of RAM, will bioconductor be able to take advantage of this > > new feature without a major revision? I remember having a trouble > > trying to process 100+ chi ...
written 14.2 years ago by Douglas Bates180

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