[BioC] CDF environment for U133_X3P

Wolfgang Huber w.huber at dkfz-heidelberg.de
Wed Apr 21 15:31:55 CEST 2004

Hi Holger

it should not take that much time to create a CDF environment / package.
Did you observe that your machine started to do a lot of swapping?

Have a look at the function make.cdf.env in the file make.cdf.env.R in 
the R subdirectory of the package. I suggest that you run

make.cdf.package(.... )

and step through the process - and report at which point the package 

   Best wishes

Holger Schwender wrote:
> Hi,
> yesterday I've started to make a cdf environment for the U133_X3P chip.
> Unfortunately, I had to stop the process after several hours for some
> reasons. Before I will start to run make.cdf.env() again, I would like to
> ask you if anyone of you has made such an U133_X3P environment. Another
> question I have is how long it approximately takes to make such an
> environment (on, e.g., a computer with 2GHz and 512 MB RAM). I was told that
> this chip is comparable with the Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 Array.
> Thanks a lot,
> Holger

Wolfgang Huber
Division of Molecular Genome Analysis
German Cancer Research Center
Heidelberg, Germany
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