User: Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly

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How to download package bundles?
... Hi I simply want to download Win32 sources at work for a home machine. My work machine is a linux box with Bioconductor installed Just wondering why this doesn't work > library(reposTools) > rep22 <- repositories(recurse = TRUE) and I then select the windows repository I can download a ...
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Answer: A: Problem loading files into limmaGUI
... ED I had the same problem (well I use limma rather than limmaGUI) so I just downgraded back to the versions on Bioconductor and everything works fine again It gave some slpitstring error when reading genepix file(s) but I've forgotten the exact details Cheers Peter On Wed, 23 Jun 2004, Elva Dia ...
written 13.4 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80
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Software for clest?
... Hi I was wondering if anyone has R or other code for 'clest' for estimating the number of clusters, well I'm more interested in assessing how good the both estimate and allocation of cluster members are so I'm open to suggestions Dudoit and Fridlyand (2002) Genome Biology 3(7):research0036.1-00036 ...
written 14.0 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80 • updated 14.0 years ago by Sandrine Dudoit170
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Setting the spacing between duplicates in limmaGUI
... Firstly, I'd like to congratulate James and Gordon on doing an excellent job with limmaGUI! My question is a simple one. The arrays I work with tend to have duplicates on each slide. However, they are not adjacent nor equally spaced and so when setting the spacing of the duplicates in limmaGUI (wh ...
limmagui written 14.1 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80 • updated 14.1 years ago by Gordon Smyth32k
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Answer: A: Compilation problem installing Bioconductor (RGraphviz)
... Hi Toni I have now installed graphviz: thanks! However, after either source or rpm install of graphviz, while I get a lot less warnings it still appears to crash at the same spot in comilation. Rgraphviz.c:511: `twopi_nodesize' undeclared (first use in this function) Rgraphviz.c:511: (Each undecl ...
written 14.4 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80
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Compilation problem installing Bioconductor (RGraphviz)
... Hi Has anyone had this problem installing BioConductor on linux (RH 9.0) and R 1.7.1? I just grabbed the source tarball because I want to put it on a few machines. It worked fine until it hit Rgraphviz. Could it be gcc 3.2.2? Regards Peter Installation problem --------------------- * Installi ...
graph rgraphviz written 14.4 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80 • updated 14.4 years ago by rgentleman5.5k
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More plot woes (maRawPlots)
... Re: > > > maDiagnPlots1(test[,2]) > > Error in plot.new() : Figure margins too large Thanks to Robert Gentleman, Joshua Betcher and Sandrine Dudoit for responding. I changed graphics window sizes and output the graphs to files to work around the problem. I also tried to debug the fu ...
written 15.3 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80
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problem in diagnostic plots?
... Hi All I've just started using Bioconductor and seems really good. As a test, I've read in two GenePix files - essentially the same code as ReadSpot example and seem to be able to plot, print, normalise .... The only problem I've encountered is > maDiagnPlots1(test[,2]) Error in plot.new() : ...
written 15.3 years ago by Peter Baker CMIS, Indooroopilly80 • updated 15.3 years ago by Joshua Betcher90

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