[BioC] single channel analysis of loop designs
naomi at stat.psu.edu
Wed Jan 4 02:25:45 CET 2006
I guess the main publication is my own - at present only an
unrefereed conference proceeding.
I think that the Kerr and Churchill papers do it this way, too, but
they do not explain why.
Basically, using differences has 2 disadvantages - it has higher
variance than single channel analysis, and if a spot is missing on an
array, many of the effects for that gene cannot be estimated.
At 04:07 PM 1/3/2006, you wrote:
>I recently read a post of yours on the bioconductor listserv that
>said you were a "big believer in single channel analysis of loop
>designs." Can you point me towards any publications that sway your
>opinion that way? I've always done dual channel analysis of loop
>designs and never really thought much about the distinction.
>Thanks in advance for your help.
>Senior Research Specialist
>Department of Plant Sciences
>University of Arizona
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