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Comment: C: Limma un moderated t-test
... very useful, this. I am surprised that R did not already have a 'vectorized' t.test.   ...
written 4 days ago by map208510
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Answer: A: only 0's may be mixed with negative subscripts
... I have same problem ...
written 25 days ago by map208510
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Answer: A: Pathview pathview kegg.native=TRUE throws error in img
... I have same problem ...
written 25 days ago by map208510
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Answer: A: msaPrettyPrint cannot handle long sequences?
... nevermind.  i see now the part of the vignette describing breaking the alignment into chunks, with the numbering restarting for each chunk.  my apologies. ...
written 9 months ago by map208510
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msaPrettyPrint cannot handle long sequences?
... Using the msa package, I did a multiple alignment of 3 highly similar sequences, each of length ~8 kb.   I then tried to print them to an image using the  msaPrettyPrint function.   LaTeX complains about exceeding the input stack size = 5000   ...
msa msaprettyprint() multiple sequence alignment written 9 months ago by map208510
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Biostrings "global" alignment does NOT return a global alignment
... The pairwiseAlignment  function of BioStrings claims to return a global alignment if type = "global", but nowhere in the documentation does it say that it trims off the ends of the reported alignment if their are gaps on one side, and thus returns a local alignment of the two sequences.  This is a b ...
alignment biostrings written 12 months ago by map208510
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comparative description of roast vs camera vs romer for LIMMA
... The LIMMA package has 3 algorithms for doing  "enrichment"-style analysis:     camera, roast, and romer. A general, comparative overview of these 3 algorithms would be very helpful for the community (and me, too),  At first glance, the 3 algorithms sound almost the same.  Understanding their diffe ...
limma written 13 months ago by map208510 • updated 13 months ago by Gordon Smyth32k
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Comment: C: Pathview: *** caught segfault *** cause 'memory not mapped'
... minimal example now included.  And I posted another "answer" with sessioninfo()   (output too large to fit into first "answer") ...
written 17 months ago by map208510
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Answer: A: Pathview: *** caught segfault *** cause 'memory not mapped'
... (Did not fit into my previous "answer")   Here is the sessioninfo: > sessionInfo() R version 3.2.2 (2015-08-14) Platform: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu (64-bit) Running under: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.3 (Santiago) locale: [1] C attached base packages: [1] parallel stats4 stats ...
written 17 months ago by map208510
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msa memory limitation
... The MSA package for multiple alignment fails to write multiple alignments to file (PDF) because of memory limitations (save size and main memory size)   ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [main memory size=1500000]. ! TeX capacity exceeded, sorry [save size=15000].   I am trying to msaPrettyPrint ...
msa written 17 months ago by map208510 • updated 17 months ago by UBodenhofer200

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