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Job: 23andMe Job Opportunities
... Hi, I want to advertise some exciting opportunities at 23andMe.  Please look at the linked job descriptions and feel free to contact me directly if you have any questions.   Senior statistical geneticist Statistical geneticist Senior computational biologist Computational biologist - WGS Th ...
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Post-doc position available
... Hi, I just wanted to draw your attention to a post-doc position I have open in my group here at Genentech. You can apply through the Genentech website, www.gene.com, using Job ID 00408062. The focus of the position is on the analysis of sequence data, in particular applications to human health. S ...
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Comment: C: ontoCompare (goTools) : goidvect error
... Hi Oana, I was making no claims other than that your R and BIoC were out of date and that no one (even the primary developer) would be able to help with out of date packages. Vince Carey has subsequently pointed out that since you are using private data no one else can run your code to see what ...
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Answer: A: ontoCompare (goTools) : goidvect error
... Hi Oana, Your R and bioconductor are still very out of date. Unfortunately there is no support for such old versions, you really should be using the current release versions. best wishes Robert On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 8:30 AM, Oana VIGY wrote: > Dear All, > > I'm using the "goTo ...
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Answer: A: 'gpls' package, principle component loadings
... Hi Ignatius, On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 2:21 AM, Ignatius Pang wrote: > Hi, > > > > I am using the 'gpls' package, and would like to obtain the loadings for the > 1st and 2nd principle components. It will be useful to update the package in I don't believe that those components are ...
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Comment: C: removal of genes with low expression values
... Hi, On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 6:22 AM, Naomi Altman wrote: > Isn't filtering on spread like pretesting for differential expression? > ?Maybe not such a good idea. No it isn't like pretesting and it is quite often a good idea. Please have a look at: Independent filtering increases detection ...
written 7.4 years ago by rgentleman5.5k
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Comment: C: 转发: Statistical approach to compare differentiall expressed gene lists
... Hi Quinghua, That is not really the way to approach the problem. You should consult a local statistician or biostatistician who can help you set up an appropriate model to test for sex differences (it is relatively straight forward and could easily be done in limma or just about any other piece o ...
written 7.9 years ago by rgentleman5.5k
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Answer: A: nonspecific filtering prior to limma
... Hi Javier, Javier P?rez Florido wrote: > Dear list, > I have a question regarding to nonspecific filtering prior to limma > analysis. I've searched on google, but no answer. > > I have a microarray experiment with three groups: group1, group2 and > group3.According to limma vignet ...
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Comment: C: Nonspecific filtering on Human Gene ST 1.0 Arrays
... Hi, Benilton Carvalho wrote: > This is possibly due to my email about one week ago when I suggested that: > > annotation(OligoEset) <- "hugene10sttranscriptcluster.db" > > would suffice. But apparently the ".db" bit isn't required. it should not be. It is essentially conveying ...
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Answer: A: rowttests() function in genefilter library
... Hi Paul, Paul Geeleher wrote: > Hi, > > I am using this function to perform two sample row t-tests on a matrix: > > rowttests(mat, fac) > > I'm just wondering how the function decides which factor is on which side of > the t-tests. From what I can see it's based on the orde ...
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