[BioC] where to start?
sdavis2 at mail.nih.gov
Wed Apr 20 11:56:16 CEST 2005
On Apr 20, 2005, at 1:56 AM, Malik Yousef wrote:
> I have a gene expression data set build up form rows of genes
> expression as
> GeneID GeneName Sample1 .......... Samplen
> Category +1 ...........-1
> 1 gene1 0.5 ..............0.67
> 2 gene2 0.34 ............. 0.78
> How I could use bioconductor to analyze this data set and get the most
> informative genes, classification.. Clustering and etc
You will have to decide what specific questions you want to answer
using your data. To get a sense of what bioconductor has to offer, try
The vignettes give a lot of detail about how to use different packages.
The BioConductor Short Courses are very helpful as a starting place.
When you run into specific problems, ask here. If you want more help
here, you will probably have to be more specific about your data, what
you have tried, and what hasn't worked. Single channel or two-color?
Patient samples or cell lines or something else? Expression or CGH?
How many classes of sample? What are the research
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