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RIP-Chip training
... Hi, A fellow researcher is interested in having his graduate student attend courses/ workshops that will help their lab with RIP-Chip data collection and analysis. If you are aware of any such courses or workshops in the U.S., please let me know. Thanks for your attention, Eric Blalock, PhD Assist ...
written 9.6 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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What does LOESS stand for?
... Hi, I know Loess is a 'locally weighted polynomial regression' but can't remember exactly what description was combined to create the 'loess' acronym. Any help would be appreciated, Eric Eric Blalock, PhD Dept Pharmacology, UKMC 859 323-8033 STATEMENT OF CONFIDENTIALITY\ \ The contents of this e ...
written 15.0 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Re: Bioconductor Digest, Vol 19, Issue 26
... Hi, The following paper talks about weighting the analysis based on MAS5 p-value results. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&d opt=Abstract&list_uids=15117752 At 06:01 AM 9/27/2004, you wrote: >Hello, > >I remember some discussions a while a ...
written 15.1 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Answer: A: Multiple testing correction on 2-Way ANOVA
... Hi Andy, Thanks for the reply. My reasoning here is a little Byzantine so bear with me. If the significant results are relatively evenly distributed across the main effects and the interaction (about the same number of genes found in each), then using the omnibus test will not make much of a diffe ...
written 15.2 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Multiple testing correction on 2-Way ANOVA
... Hi, I apologize for this being off-topic- it's really a statistical question but I'd be interested in the community's input. If I run a 'per gene' 2-way ANOVA on single channel microarray data (i.e., each gene is tested separately by 2-Way ANOVA), should I run multiple testing correction for each f ...
microarray written 15.2 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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New Alzheimer's disease microarray data set available
... Hi, We've posted the microarray data set for our recent PNAS paper on Alzheimer's disease (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed& dopt=Abstract&list_uids=14769913) to the Gene Expression Omnibus (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/geo/). The 31 cel files (each for ...
microarray brain written 15.3 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Newly available Affy data set
... Hi, We've just posted raw array data (including .cel and .txt - MAS 4- files) for our paper (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed& dopt=Abstract&list_uids=12736351) in J. Neurosci. last year. The data is posted at the Gene Expression Omnibus- "GEO" (htt ...
microarray written 15.5 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Cannot find hgu133aprobe package
... Hi, I can't find the hgu133aprobe package on the Bioconductor site. Could someone point me to it? I'm using Win2K, R1.9 and bioconductor devel packages, attempting to run gcrma. Thanks, Eric Blalock, PhD Dept Pharmacology, UKMC 859 323-8033 STATEMENT OF CONFIDENTIALITY The contents of this e-mail ...
gcrma written 15.5 years ago by Eric Blalock250 • updated 15.5 years ago by Aedin Culhane310
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Re: Proper Pooling Design
... I would agree that the latter design would be of greater interest from a biological point of view and recommend the following two articles. Kendziorski, C. M., Y. Zhang, H. Lan and A. D. Attie (2003). "The efficiency of pooling mRNA in microarray experiments." Biostatistics 4(3): 465-77. In ...
microarray affy written 15.8 years ago by Eric Blalock250
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Answer: A: Testing for significant genes with RMA
... Hi, thanks for the reply. I don't think I said that clearly enough. I believe the situation is closer to: (y-x)/m<>y-x The p-values from one-way ANOVA on the different data sets have extremely poor correlation (R2 ~ .1). It is my understanding that a straight subtraction/addition would not a ...
written 15.8 years ago by Eric Blalock250

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