[BioC] Re: Bioconductor Digest, Vol 17, Issue 17

Raoul-Sam Daruwala raoul at cs.nyu.edu
Thu Jul 22 19:52:02 CEST 2004

I am trying to use Bioconductor to read the Affy Mapping 10K chip. The  
chip name is XBA142_EA. I created the CDF environment, using "makecdfenv"  
and added the environment to my Bioconductor libraries. My problem now is  
that I am trying to find the chromosomal locations for the probes on this  
chip. I see it is possible with other enviroments, such as HGU* chips but  
I'm unable to get these locations for the XBA142 chips. I think I'm  
missing something but I'm not sure what it is. Does anyone else use this  
chip with Bioconductor, or can anyone offer a solution, so that I can get  
the probes chromosomal location (and which Chromosome it belongs too as  



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Dr. Raoul-Sam Daruwala
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