[BioC] tpmap2bpmap in affxparser

Kasper Daniel Hansen khansen at stat.Berkeley.EDU
Tue Nov 6 07:26:54 CET 2007

This is a bug (which I seem to recall having seen before, so I don't  
know why it is still there, perhaps it was in another function). I  
have fixed it in the devel version.

If you just want a quick fix you can call the function as

tpmap2bpmap(tpmapname='x', bpmapname='y', verbose = as.integer(0))


On Nov 6, 2007, at 1:59 AM, Daniel Zak wrote:

> Has anyone successfully used "tpmap2bpmap" in affxparser to create  
> a BPMAP from a TPMAP file?
>    I successfully used the affxparser package to read in my BPMAP  
> and  to write it out as a TPMAP.  When I try to write the TPMAP out  
> back to  a BPMAP, i get an error.  The error is very upstream in  
> the code, as it  doesnt matter whether the files I specify in the  
> command even exist.
>   Here is my error:
>> tpmap2bpmap(tpmapname='x', bpmapname='y');
>   Error in tpmap2bpmap(tpmapname = "x", bpmapname = "y") :
>   INTEGER() can only be applied to a 'integer', not a 'double'
>   I'm using affxparser on a Windows machine under R2.5.
>   Thanks
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