[BioC] biomaRt manual
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Thu Mar 29 12:14:11 CEST 2007
Thanks, Kasper. But I did use method B and found the vignettes.
However, it seems that one is not written in very detailed.
On 3/29/07, Kasper Daniel Hansen <khansen at stat.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> As most Bioconductor packages, biomaRt comes with a vignette
> (actually 2). Read it :)
> To do so, you can do one of several steps
> Method a)
> R> vignette()
> will give you a list of vignettes on your system, alternatively you
> can try
> R> vignette(package = "biomaRt")
> R> vignette("NAME")
> will open one.
> Method b)
> Use Biobase vignette browser:
> R> library(Biobase)
> R> openVignette()
> This differs from vignette in
> * Only vignettes from loaded packages are shown (so you need to do R>
> library(biomaRt) first)
> * You get a selection menu
> Method c)
> Download it from the package webpage on www.bioconductor.org
> On Mar 28, 2007, at 9:06 PM, Weiwei Shi wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a simple question on using biomaRt but I did not find a proper
> > manual to follow.
> > I have a list of probes with affy ids and I want to convert them into
> > entrezgene id. Is there a manual or example I can follow?
> > Thanks.
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