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Comment: C: Tutor Wanted: help with R statistical analysis (must be familiar with Bioconduct
... Good idea, makes sense considering its their suite. Thanks! ...
written 4 months ago by oars150
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Job: (Closed) Tutor Wanted: help with R statistical analysis (must be familiar with Bioconductor)
... Hello, I was seeking a tutor that could help me with an R course - this is no longer needed, thanks everyone! ...
R bioconductor job written 4 months ago by oars150
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Comment: C: Bioconductor: ALL dataset, correct syntax using the exprs call?
... Thanks h.mon, I'll try to keep these posts to StackOverflow (but they're so mean over there). ...
written 4 months ago by oars150
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Comment: C: Bioconductor: ALL dataset, correct syntax using the exprs call?
... My question also revolves around the uniqueness of the exprs class within the Biocondictor suite. I was hoping that someone familiar with the Bioconductor suite would help offer some insights on how this class is best called using R. ...
written 4 months ago by oars150
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Comment: C: Bioconductor: ALL dataset, correct syntax using the exprs call?
... Thanks venu - "age" is listed as a column: > colnames(pData(ALL)) A concept that I cannot quite grasp is from the above command I can see all the column names, there are 21 total. However, when I perform the following command... > dim(exprs(ALL)) [1] 12625 128 ...I can see ...
written 4 months ago by oars150
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(Closed) Bioconductor: ALL dataset, correct syntax using the exprs call?
... Hello - I'm new to the bioconductor suite and still don't quite understand how to invoke the exprs class. For example, let's say I'm trying to find genes within the ALL dataset with the most and the least significant effect on age. I've been able to write snippets to find the min/max exprs (expres ...
exprs R bioconductor biobase all written 4 months ago by oars150
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Comment: C: Linear model error: fitted()
... Thanks Ram. I actually figured it out. I needed to add an ! before the is. plot( fitted( lm.34852.g.at),d2r.34852[!is.na(d2r.34852$D2R),"D2R"],xlab="Fitted",ylab="Observed") I'll try to keep my posts more in the bioinformatics lane in the future. ...
written 4 months ago by oars150 • updated 4 months ago by RamRS19k
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(Closed) Linear model error: fitted()
... Hello, I'm trying to use the `fitted()` function in order to retrieve the fitted (predicted) value of D2R at each value in G. I've tried the following R syntax but don't understand why I'm receiving the following error? plot( fitted( lm.34852.g.at), d2r.34852[is.na(d2r.34852$D2R),"D ...
R linear model written 4 months ago by oars150 • updated 4 months ago by RamRS19k
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Comment: C: R Update on Linux
... This ^ was a winner! I'm now running 3.5.0 and was able to FINALLY install the Bioconductor suite. Thanks to all! Seriously, thank you! ...
written 4 months ago by oars150
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(Closed) Bioconductor Dataset "aaMAP" Import "Not Available"
... Hello, I'm experiencing an issue when trying to install the "aaMap" package with its dependencies. This is exactly what I did, first the Biobase import, then aaMap but I keep getting the Warning message? I've pasted my sequence below: > biocLite("Biobase") BioC_mirror: ht ...
R bioconductor biobase aamap written 4 months ago by oars150

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