[Bioc-devel] List of Deprecated Packages Bioc 3.11
Ludw|g@Ge|@t||nger @end|ng |rom @ph@cuny@edu
Thu Feb 27 19:24:21 CET 2020
Why will org.At.tair.db be deprecated and by what will it be replaced? It's the org package for Arabidopsis and thus central for gene ID mapping when working with Arabidopsis data ...
Dr. Ludwig Geistlinger
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
CUNY School of Public Health
New York, NY 10027
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Subject: [Bioc-devel] List of Deprecated Packages Bioc 3.11
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The Bioconductor Team is continuing to identify packages that will be deprecated in the next release to allow for the Bioconductor community to respond accordingly. The list will be updated monthly. The current list of deprecated packages for Bioc 3.11 is as follows:
Maintainer requested deprecation:
KEGG.db (use KEGGREST instead)
The follow Annotation packages were deprecated in 3.10 and removed from 3.11 but not previously announced.
It should be noted, we did try to reach out to these package maintainers multiple times and they were either unresponsive or had emails bounce. We encourage anyone that is familiar with a package maintainer on this list to reach out to them and notify them directly. Packages can be un-deprecated if a maintainer fixes the package to build/check cleanly before the next release and requests un-deprecation on the bioc-devel using r-project.org mailing list.
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