[Bioc-devel] Bioconductor tools for a website ...

Vincent Carey 525-2265 stvjc at channing.harvard.edu
Fri Jan 5 20:27:49 CET 2007

One place you can look is in the monograph (see the web page bottom
of left sidebar) at the chapter by colin smith, "Browser-based affymetrix analysis..."

the question can be posed to the general bioconductor list, more people there may have
experiences similar to yours

Vince Carey, PhD
Assoc. Prof Med (Biostatistics)
Harvard Medical School
Channing Laboratory - ph 6175252265 fa 6177311541
181 Longwood Ave Boston MA 02115 USA
stvjc at channing.harvard.edu

On Fri, 5 Jan 2007, David McKillen wrote:

> Dont' mean to be a bother but I can't seem to find a good source for
> getting more information.  I am trying to determine whether or not I can
> access bioconductor applications/tools via the command line for the
> purpose of incorporating bioconductor into a website.  For example, I
> might want to run a microarray analysis tool and chose how I display the
> results, as I need to set up Bioconductor for our lab to use but don't
> want to have to give everyone server access and on top of that sometimes
> the lab. folk need to be spoon fed some things through easy to use web
> GUI's I might create ... can you point me in the right direction for
> this kind of info?
> Thanks!
> Dave
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