[BioC] running out of memory

Carlos J. Gil Bellosta cgb at datanalytics.com
Fri Jan 22 14:12:40 CET 2010


You could try to perform your normalization on Amazon EC2. For a few
dollars (possibly, a few cents) you can "rent" a server with lots of
RAM for a few hours.

I wrote a small guide on how to use R on such service. The link is:


It is in Spanish, though.

You could load your data, set up a proper environment on the EC2
server (with bioconductor packages and the like), run your
normalization and download the results.

Best regards,

Carlos J. Gil Bellosta

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