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Laurent Gatto is a senior research associate in the Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge and a visiting scientist in the PRIDE team at the EBI. He graduated in Biology from the Free University of Brussels, Belgium, and subsequently earned his PhD in Evolutionary Biology. He pursued his education at the University of Namur studying Computer Science before working in industry on genetic and transcriptomic data analysis. In January 2010, he joined the Cambridge Centre for Proteomics to work on quantitative and organelle proteomics and. In August 2013, he established the Computational Proteomics Unit in the Cambridge System Biology Centre.

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News: May Institute Computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics
... Dear all, Some on this forum might be interested in the May Institute Computation and statistics for mass spectrometry and proteomics at the Northeastern University, Boston MA, on 1 - 12 May 2017. On the programme, we have Beginner's and advanced R, Statistics for quantitative mass spectrometry and ...
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News: Advanced R programming course - EMBL Heidelberg, 3-4 April 2017
... Dear all, We are organising a two-day advanced R programming course in Heidelberg in April 2017 focusing on advanced techniques in writing reliable, robust code in R. The material will provide the opportunity to gain experience and understanding of object-oriented programming, packaging your code f ...
course workshop news written 22 days ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: different compilers and mzR build fails
... Hi Lejeczek, I opened an issue in the mzR github issue tracker. I hope that one of the other developers will be able to help. (By the way, I missed this question because it missed the mzR tag - I would suggest to always add the package name as this should automatically send an email to developers.) ...
written 9 weeks ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: cannot : source("https://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R")
... Have you tried to run install.packages("BiocInstaller", repos="https://bioconductor.org/packages/3.3/bioc") as suggested in the message? ...
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Comment: C: Question about Error of "biocLite.R"
... It would be helpful to provide the actual error. ...
written 9 weeks ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: mzR failed to open '.raw' file
... >Thank you for your quick reply, Laurent. Do I understand correct that >it is not possible to do the whole analysis in R then? Not sure what your whole analysis is, but once you have converted your files, there's a lot you can do in R. But possibly not everything. Have a look at the RforPr ...
written 4 months ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: mzR failed to open '.raw' file
... >Thank you for your quick reply, Laurent. Do I understand correct that >it is not possible to do the whole analysis in R then? Not sure what your whole analysis is, but once you have converted your files, there's a lot you can do in R. But possibly not everything. Have a look at the RforPr ...
written 4 months ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Answer: A: mzR failed to open '.raw' file
... Indeed, mzR doesn't support vendor binary files. It supports all major open formats such as mzML, mzXML, ... You can convert your raw file into any of these using the msconvert software from proteowizard [1]. Best wishes, Laurent [1] http://proteowizard.sourceforge.net/   ...
written 4 months ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: Inconsistencies in biomart results
... Thanks, Mike. Nice test with the extra id! ...
written 5 months ago by Laurent Gatto710
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Comment: C: Inconsistencies in biomart results
... Thank, Thomas. Splitting is exactly what I did, but I used batches of 1000; will update to 500. Re "P26043;P26040;P26041", it is a protein group composed of these three proteins, and not getting any result is actually a feature in this case. Too bad however for the isoforms, I might consider doing ...
written 5 months ago by Laurent Gatto710

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