Reads the intensities of several Affymetrix CEL files (as opposed to
readCel() which only reads a single file).
the names of the CEL files as a character vector.
a vector of which indices should be read. If the argument
Additional arguments passed to
an integer: how verbose do we want to be, higher means more verbose.
The function will initially allocate a matrix with the same memory footprint as the final object.
A matrix with a number of rows equal to the length of the
indices argument (or the number of features on the entire
chip), and a number of columns equal to the number of files. The
columns are ordered according to the
Currently this function builds on
readCel(), and simply
calls this function multiple times. If testing yields sufficient
reasons for doing so, it may be re-implemented in C++.
James Bullard and Kasper Daniel Hansen
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