[BioC] Re: limmaGUI and Agilent output files!

Elizabeth Brooke-Powell etbp2 at hermes.cam.ac.uk
Fri Jul 23 12:13:10 CEST 2004

Hi Adrian,

I use LimmaGUI and if you make sure you have the latest version there is the
custom/other load option. I have found that if you open an example table in
excel and copy the right column headings into the Rf, Rb, Gf and Gb labels
in the box that comes up I can load data that is from a variety of table
types form a variety of spot finding softwares. The typing for the column
headings needs to be exact or the load fails. For instance I like to load
the median data columns from GenePix and therefore don't use the GenePix
file type directly as it uses the mean values.


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Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2004 11:57:01 +0200
From: Adrian Peres <adrian.peres at cropdesign.com>
Subject: [BioC] limmaGUI and Agilent output files!
To: bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch
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Hi everyone

Is anybody out there using limmaGUI for microarray analysis?
I have Agilent output .txt files and I wonder if they can be imported in 
I have tried but it doesn't work! Can anyone give a hint on how to 
This program is totally new for me and using the "Help" I could not 
figure out!


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