[BioC] xps: root.profile on a asubset of the data

Daniel Brewer daniel.brewer at icr.ac.uk
Fri Aug 20 17:35:30 CEST 2010

Hi Christian,

I tried that, but it kicked up an error and only plotted one boxplot.
It was like "treename" could only take one parameter.  Maybe I was doing
something wrong.  I will have another go.


On 20/08/2010 4:06 PM, cstrato wrote:
> Dear Daniel,
> You can simply use parameter "treename" to plot only a subset of trees,
> see "?root.profile".
> Best regards
> Christian
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> On 8/20/10 4:47 PM, Daniel Brewer wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I am using xps to do some quality control on an Affymetrix exon array
>> experiment I am looking at.  I am trying to use the ROOT graphics to
>> plot density boxplots of the raw intensities (using root.profile).  The
>> problem is that there is too many arrays to look reasonable on one plot.
>>   Is there a way to split up the dataset into smaller pieces and plot
>> them?
>> Thanks
>> Dan


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