[BioC] Quality control on Human Affymetrix Exon microarrays

cstrato cstrato at aon.at
Fri Sep 10 22:37:05 CEST 2010

Dear Branko,

Since I develop xps completely in my spare free time some tings take 
longer as expected. I have already implemented initial versions of NUSE 
plots and RLE plots, which are already available in xps, and I am still 
aiming to implement residual-images and affyplm, but this turns out to 
be not as simple as I thought.

Best regards
C.h.r.i.s.t.i.a.n   S.t.r.a.t.o.w.a
V.i.e.n.n.a           A.u.s.t.r.i.a
e.m.a.i.l:        cstrato at aon.at

On 9/10/10 3:18 PM, B.Misovic at lumc.nl wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
>     First to thank all Bioc people for making/supporting/advising great libraries.
>     I also use Xps and  I remember Christian (the author) said to me once that he is aiming to add/implement affyplm .  In the mean time I used Aroma package (which is out of BioC) since  they tweaked affyplm and this  R tool  can also work on  "standard" desktop  PC.
>   The probeLm residual figures showed ( for our assay with Human Exon 1.0 ST Array), some chips with hybridization artifacts... so we informed the company doing the hybridization and they were willing to re-hybridize the chips.
> Best,
> Branko
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