[BioC] invariant set normalisation

Naomi Altman naomi at stat.psu.edu
Thu Apr 27 23:09:26 CEST 2006

It means that your computer is not allocating enough memory to R to 
do the computation.
This is a frequent occurrence on Windows machines.


At 08:47 AM 4/26/2006, Sally-Ann Walford wrote:
>I am attempiting to use the cond.norm function in the smida package to
>normalise 30 cDNA dual channel arrays with approximately 15000 spots per
>array. I chose the quantile function using and invariant set =100.
>Unfortunately I keep getting the following error message "Error: cannot
>allocate vector of size 207900 Kb".  does anyone know what this means?
>Kind regards
>Sally-Ann Walford
>Dept. Molecular and Cell Biology
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