[BioC] Finding Annotation of CEL file formats
mcarlson at fhcrc.org
Fri Sep 19 18:49:26 CEST 2008
Once you know that these are hgu133plus2 chips, you could learn it from
the correspondingly named "hgu133plus2.db" package that Jim named by
Similarly you can get a host of other gene-centric information from this
James W. MacDonald wrote:
> Hi Gundala,
> Gundala Viswanath wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> Given any CEL file, such as these:
>> With BioConductor Is there a way we can find:
>> 1. Which organism they come from?
> The only information you can glean from the celfile will be particular
> to the celfile itself. So you can determine that they are hgu133plus2
> chips, but I don't think you can determine the organism.
> Of course you could just download the target description file and use
>> 2. Which organism's tissue they come from?
> Again, probably not.
>> 3. What are the probe names/gene name involved?
> The easiest way would be to use the hgu133plus2.db package.
>> I looked at "affy" package but I can't seem to find
>> ways to get what I wanted above. But maybe I am wrong.
>> - Gundala Viswanath
>> Jakarta - Indonesia
>> PS: Original URL for the data is this
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