[BioC] (no subject)

Robert Gentleman rgentlem at fhcrc.org
Fri Nov 2 17:58:23 CET 2007

The data set has both,
and of course, there is always a man page,
which if read may help reveal answers to some of your questions.

Thomas Elliott wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm confused about the nature of the data used in the ALL example in  
> Bioconductor.  The paper (Chiaretti et al 2004) describes a study of  
> T-cell ALL and doesn't mention BCR-ABL, while the Bioconductor  
> example (e.g. in the Genome Biology paper) works through a comparison  
> of BCR/ABL v. ALL1/AF4, which are, I think, markers for B-ALL.  I  
> can't find anything in the phenoData which describes which patients  
> have T-ALL or B-ALL.
> Thanks.
> Tom Elliott
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