User: Andrzej Oleś

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Answer: A: Duplicated author affiliations in BiocStyle-based HTML document
... Good catch Aaron! Indeed, there was a bug in the BiocStyle function parsing author affiliations, which occurred in the special case when all authors had the same number of affiliations. This is now fixed in both devel and release. ...
written 7 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Comment: C: Using BiocStyle with plotly
... The actual width of BiocStyle's figures produced by the fig.wide = TRUE code chunks is 648 pixels, so you could use the rounded up value of 650 pixels. For the regular and small figures the width is 518 and 323 pixels, respectively. The height of the figures depends on their aspect ratio, with the d ...
written 7 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: Using BiocStyle with plotly
... Hi Lluís, thanks for your feedback! I had a look into sizing of plotly::ggplotly output and it seems that this is a more general issue which is present also for regular html_document format,  and not something specific to BiocStyle. The thing is that the produced output has fixed size and does not ...
written 7 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: EBImage cannot read .png images from Image.R
... Your description indicates a problem with either the input filename or downstream package functions calling EBImage functions. The quotation mark in the error message looks suspicious indeed, as it suggests that the filename passed to readImage wrongly contains a quotation mark, i.e. filename.png". ...
written 8 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: Issue with pandoc-citeproc when rendering the f1000 article Rmd file from BiocWo
... Hi Leo, there seems to be a problem with version compatibility between pandoc and pandoc-citeproc as described in the issue you linked. Apparently your pandoc-citeproc version is outdated, as on my linux machine I have a much more recent version of pandoc-citeproc 0.10.1 vs. yours 0.5 even though I ...
written 8 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Comment: C: Error during EBImage installation
... For the record, Martin's solution applies to Debian based Linux distributions such as Ubuntu. On Red Hat Linux (e.g. Fedora) the system dependency can be obtained by yum install fftw-devel.   ...
written 8 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: Error during EBImage installation
... Dear Maarten, the output of your sessionInfo indicates that you are running R under OS X Sierra, but attempt to install packages from sources. Is there any particular reason why you don't use mac binaries? Platform-specific binary packages typically include the necessary dependencies, so you should ...
written 8 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Comment: C: Focal stacking of images in R/EBImage
... Hi Phil, this method is now provided by the new Bioconductor package MaxContrastProjection. The package also implements the novel maximum contrast projection algorithm which avoids some of the problems of the former method and yields cleaner results. ...
written 9 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: get pixel coordinates interactively with EBimage
... It's possible to retrieve pixel coordinates interactively by using the function locator() in combination with the "raster" mode of display, as in the following example. library("EBImage") # load and display a sample image img <- readImage(system.file("images", "sample.png", package="EBImage")) ...
written 10 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670
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Answer: A: Deals with image value superior to 0,1 range
... Dear Valérian, you can save your images as 16 bit TIFFs and transform between the integer and double pixel representation on read/write. For this when saving your images you would divide the pixel values by the maximum value which can be stored as unsigned integer (UINT16), which is 2^16-1.  To tra ...
written 10 months ago by Andrzej Oleś670

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