[BioC] installation warnings and other related questions
lgautier at altern.org
Tue Oct 25 18:15:03 CEST 2005
> Hi, There:
> (Thanks for Seth's help; after upgrading, it is fine now though the
> golobEsets has to be manually installed).
> could anyone answer my second question from the original post?
> As important as above, are there any good online materials covering
> using bioC and R in analyzing microarray/bioinformatics data, esp. via
> data mining approaches?
Most of the packages, if not all the packages, come with a 'Vignette'.
If the list of Vignette is a little intimidating, especially when new
to R, you may want to have a feel for can be done by looking at one of
the workshop material
(the one in Bressanone, Italy, had all the material online I think).
When it comes to data mining/exploratory data analysis with R, there are
several books covering different aspects of the topic.
You can also pick some of the online documentation, like for example
Hoping this helps,
> Thank you very much!
> On 10/24/05, Seth Falcon <sfalcon at fhcrc.org> wrote:
>> On 24 Oct 2005, sfalcon at fhcrc.org wrote:
>> > Thanks for the report. Something needs fixing and we will get on it
>> > :-)
>> I believe this is now fixed. So you should be able to again use
>> biocLite with R 2.1.x. But I still strongly recommend that you
>> upgrade to R 2.2.0.
>> + seth
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