[BioC] Could limma be as good as GeneSpring in nomalization?

michael watson (IAH-C) michael.watson at bbsrc.ac.uk
Thu Nov 25 12:21:25 CET 2004

:-)  GeneSpring is a good piece of software for those who can afford it, and is excellent for the production and visualisation of heatmaps and dendrograms.

However, I can guarentee you that the Bioconductor microarray packages (and there are many!) have WAY more functionality than any commercial package :-)

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Subject:	[BioC] Could limma be as good as GeneSpring in nomalization? 


Today I read a paper in Plant Cell, and the researcheres used GeneSpring
4.2 software (Silicon Genetics, Redwood, CA) to nomalize their data. I
wonder if anyone here knows something about the software, and if this
software has more function than limma.

Thank you very much! 
Xiaopeng ZHANG<xpzhang at genetics.ac.cn>

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