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Jeff Newmiller jdnewmil at dcn.davis.ca.us
Thu Jul 17 18:25:44 CEST 2014

You should read the Posting Guide for the r-help list, and the list 
control web page. One problem with your post is that the r-help-request 
address is not for asking questions. Another problem is that cross-posting 
to multiple lists would not have been polite anyway.

Your question is really too vague... you need to provide some context to 
keep the scope of answers manageable. For instance, if you don't know how 
to use R at all, then you will need to work your way through some 
introductory material on R (one such document is supplied with the 
software). If you have specific questions that include working or broken R 
code while you learn R then this would be a fine forum to ask questions 
about that. If you don't actually know the theory of what you are trying 
to do (I certainly don't), then you will need to obtain instruction in 
that somewhere else.

Have you encountered the Statistical Genetics Task View web page on CRAN? 

[1] http://cran.r-project.org/web/views/Genetics.html

On Wed, 16 Jul 2014, shashank guptanp wrote:

> Hello,
> i am working on a metagenomics, and analyzing a genome of different
> sample using QIIME tools, will you tell me how can i use R Program for
> metagenome analysis.
> Regards.Shashank Gupta
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