SNAGEE: Signal-to-Noise applied to Gene Expression Experiments

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Signal-to-Noise applied to Gene Expression Experiments. Signal-to-noise ratios can be used as a proxy for quality of gene expression studies and samples. The SNRs can be calculated on any gene expression data set as long as gene IDs are available, no access to the raw data files is necessary. This allows to flag problematic studies and samples in any public data set.

Author
David Venet <davenet@ulb.ac.be>
Date of publication
None
Maintainer
David Venet <davenet@ulb.ac.be>
License
Artistic-2.0
Version
1.14.0
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Man pages

qualSample
Quality of samples in a study
qualStudy
Quality of a study
SNAGEE-package
Signal-to-Noise Applied to Gene Expression Experiments
toSnageeFormat
Turns an Eset into a list

Files in this package

SNAGEE/DESCRIPTION
SNAGEE/NAMESPACE
SNAGEE/R
SNAGEE/R/SNAGEE.R
SNAGEE/build
SNAGEE/build/vignette.rds
SNAGEE/inst
SNAGEE/inst/doc
SNAGEE/inst/doc/SNAGEE.R
SNAGEE/inst/doc/SNAGEE.Rnw
SNAGEE/inst/doc/SNAGEE.pdf
SNAGEE/man
SNAGEE/man/SNAGEE-package.Rd
SNAGEE/man/qualSample.Rd
SNAGEE/man/qualStudy.Rd
SNAGEE/man/toSnageeFormat.Rd
SNAGEE/vignettes
SNAGEE/vignettes/SNAGEE.Rnw