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    [ Ticket #310 ] [ADaCGH] Common regios of loss and gain
    Date:
    09/17/06 16:27
    Submitted by:
    unset
    Assigned to:
    rdiaz
    Category:
    ADaCGH
    Priority:
    5
    Ticket group:
    Feature
    Resolution:
    Resolved
    Summary:
    [ADaCGH] Common regios of loss and gain
    Original submission:
    Could provide some way of identifying common regios of gains and losses across samples. Code is available in BioC (cghMCR), so should not be hard
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    Oh, but this has been available now for a while 01/03/07 12:08 rdiaz
    Basic functionality implemented (2006-10-06). Need to add:

    - indicate if the common region is loss or gain
    - give the "coordinates" (mcr start and end) in a way that can be mapped to the figure and the text output, or add those mcr coordinates (the ranks in CBS) to the text output file.
    10/09/06 05:58 rdiaz
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    Ticket change history
    Field Old value Date By
    status_id Pending 01/03/07 12:08 rdiaz
    resolution_id Unset 01/03/07 12:08 rdiaz
    close_date 12/31/69 19:00 01/03/07 12:08 rdiaz
    status_id Unset 10/09/06 05:58 rdiaz
    assigned_to unset 10/09/06 05:58 rdiaz

     

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