[BioC] annotation for new agilent arrays
mcarlson at fhcrc.org
Wed Aug 25 22:58:06 CEST 2010
We always welcome new annotation packages. But be warned that you would
be expected to maintain them and provide a updated version of them for
each release of Bioconductor. That works out to me sending you an email
(requesting an update) twice a year. The SQLForge package should allow
you to make a new annotation package. You can see the vignette that is
bundled in the AnnotationDbi package for details.
On 08/25/2010 08:37 AM, axel.klenk at actelion.com wrote:
> Dear Bioc list and esp. Marc,
> are there any plans to include annotation for the new Agilent 4x44K v2/v3
> and 8x60K arrays in one of the next releases of Bioconductor? As far as I
> understand the non-control oligo set is the same for 4x44K v2 and 8x60K.
> We'd be interested in human (G4845A), mouse (G4868A) and rat (G4847B)
> in particular.
> If not, and if I should succeed in creating such packages myself :-),
> you want to obtain and distribute the results of these efforts?
> - axel
> Axel Klenk
> Research Informatician
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