[BioC] limma publications

Gordon Smyth smyth at wehi.edu.au
Wed Jun 23 01:44:53 CEST 2004

I don't know of published papers yet which used limma analysis for 
differential expression. I think one just has to be patient. I've worked on 
10-20 microarray experiments over the past few years and only one has 
reached the stage of being submitted for publication yet. There are lots of 
microarray groups using limma or limma-derived stuff now for differential 
expression (e.g., http://www.biotech.kth.se/molbio/microarray or 
http://www.lcb.uu.se/baseplugins.php) so papers will come eventually.


At 02:46 AM 23/06/2004, Naomi Altman wrote:
>Oops, must have been a Freudian slip.  Actually, I am not perfectly 
>comfortable with SAM.  But I am quite comfortable with limma.
>At 12:42 PM 6/22/2004 -0400, Naomi Altman wrote:
>>Me, too.
>>One of the reasons that SAM is popular, is that it is popular (i.e. since 
>>everyone has heard of it, it makes reviewers happy).  So, it would be 
>>nice to be able to point to publications in good journals so that 
>>reviewers will be comfortable.  (I personally, am quite comfortable with SAM).
>>At 04:38 PM 4/27/2004 +0200, Julia Engelmann wrote:
>>>Hi Bioconductor users,
>>>has anyone published data using "limma" for microarray analysis and would
>>>point me to it?
>>>Thanks a lot,

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