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BioConductor: software for bioinformatics

Bioconductor is a set of packages for R (a GPLd statistical data analysis language) which focus on bioinformatics data analysis, especially gene expression arrays (Affymetrix, cDNA spotted arrays). There are tools for statistical normalization, differential expression, genomic visualization, and biological annotation. Future work includes implementation and development of better statistical methods, distributed computing, visualization, and extensions to related high-throughput laboratory assays. The primary developers are research statisticians.

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  •  20 Nov 2002 05:24

    Release Notes: This release includes vExplorer, an interactive browser for handling and exploring vignette files, reposTools, a package for manipulating, distributing, and locally managing R packages, hexbin, a package with binning functions that focuses on hexagonal bins for graphing, graph, which providing graph structures in R, and vsn, which provides calibration and variance stabilizing transformations for DNA arrays. It also adds read.MIAME, a widget for entering phenoData, expresso, a function for computing expression measures, and rma, which computes multi-array average expression measures.

    •  02 May 2002 06:49

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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