there is no package called ‘GenomicAlignments’
means that there is no package called GenomicAlignments installed in your version of R, so you need to install GenomicAlignments.
... You could just read the help page for voom to find this out. From ?voom
This function is intended to process RNA-Seq or ChIP-Seq data
prior to linear modelling in limma.
voom is an acronym for mean-variance modelling at the
observational level. The key concern is t ...
... This is a basic R question, and would be better posed on say R-help (email@example.com), or better yet, by simply reading the help page for read.table. From ?read.table
row.names: a vector of row names. This can be a vector giving the
actual row names, or a single number giving the c ...
... This support site is intended for Bioconductor package support, not basic R support. You could ask on R-help (firstname.lastname@example.org), or perhaps you could find a matlab support site that could help.
... Actually, now that I look at your package versions, you need to do
and then do what it tells you to do, which will probably be
biocLite(ask = FALSE)
... Maybe try again?
downloading from 'https://annotationhub.bioconductor.org/fetch/32503'
retrieving 1 resource
Attaching package: 'Biostrings'
The following object is masked ...
... This is covered in the vignette here.