[BiO BB] R for Bioinformatics
rossini at blindglobe.net
Tue May 25 13:11:59 EDT 2004
It covers that a bit, but supposedly it's a bit more general than just
gene expression array analysis. I saw an early description a while
back when it was being proposed (1-2 years back?), but not recently.
Harry Mangalam <hjm at tacgi.com> writes:
> I suspect it is a book about the Bioconductor project, which is
> reasonably well documented at the web site:
> bioC is mostly for gene expression analysis at this point, but it is
> moving into other areas in bioinformatics in which statistics can be
> applied to good effect.
> BioC is writ in R so some familiarity with R is required:
> Mr M senthil kumar wrote:
>> Does anyone know about this title (R for Bioinformatics) from
>> O'Reilly. I
>> have searched the publisher's site and I have googled too, but i am unable
>> to find anything. I need to know the table of contents, when it will be
>> available and mainly what it is all about!
>> Thanks in advance.
>> BiO_Bulletin_Board maillist - BiO_Bulletin_Board at bioinformatics.org
> Cheers, Harry
> Harry J Mangalam - 949 856 2847 (v&f) - hjm at tacgi.com
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