[BioC] Newbie 'rflowcyt' question; problem loading facscan256.fcs (fwd)
nlemeur at fhcrc.org
Fri Jun 2 01:08:58 CEST 2006
We don't think that setting the locate globally is a good idea as it
might interfer with other programs.
I will make sure that the locate is checked at the beginning of the
reading function and will add a warning message in case of
Thanks for pointing out that problem,
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Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 18:22:08 +0200
From: Ulrik Stervbo <ulriks at ruc.dk>
To: Seth Falcon <sfalcon at fhcrc.org>
Cc: nlemeur at fhcrc.org
Subject: Re: [BioC] Newbie 'rflowcyt' question; problem loading facscan256.fcs
It works wonders - also with rflowcyt 1.4
Can and should I set the locate globally? and how do I do that?
Thanks a bunch! I cant wait to start playing with rflowcyt....
On 6/1/06, Seth Falcon <sfalcon at fhcrc.org> wrote:
> "Ulrik Stervbo" <ulriks at ruc.dk> writes:
> > Hi Nolwenn, Hi Seth,
> > I've tried loading one of my own files, but get the same error as when
> > loading "facscan256.fcs" from the package, see below.
> > The md5 hast must have gotten lost somewhere, so here it is again:
> > My md5 hash: bfc603037460c0023569159c7360be0c
> > Steh's md5 hash: bfc603037460c0023569159c7360be0c
> > Heres the results of a 'getlocale and sessionInfo::
> >> Sys.getlocale()
> > 
> Can you try changing to the "C" locale and retesting:
> ## now try again.
> + seth
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