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Directories and files

Setting up data sets


Export signals

Extract data as basic R objects

Extract data as objects recognized by Bioconductor packages

Both probe-level data and probe-summary data can be exported by aroma.* packages for further analysis in Bioconductor. Note that most of these methods will export data as in-memory object, because that is how most of Bioconductor is designed. For large probe-level data set this often means that it is not possible not export the complete data set. For probe-summarized data, an order of magnitude larger data sets can be exported, but for really large data sets working with in-memory object will also become a problem.

Interaction with Bioconductor packages



Building custom-made annotation data

CDF (Chip Definition File)

Aroma-specific annotation files

MS Windows specific solutions