rmAmbigMappings: Remove genes that map to multiple chromosomes from a...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

Due to the automated probe annotation, a subset of probes can be “confidently” mapped to multiple chromosomes on the genome.

This can cause some confusion if you are trying to perform certain types of data analysis.

This function examines a chromLocation object and removes probes that map to multiple chromosomes.

Usage

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Arguments

cL

an existing chromLocation object

Value

A chromLocation object

Author(s)

Kyle A. Furge

See Also

buildChromLocation

Examples

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## 
## NOTE: This requires an annotation package to work, it is provided for info only.
## 

#if (require(hu6800)) {

#  library(Biobase)
#  library(annotate)

  ## Build a specific chrom arm

#  cL <- buildChromLocation("hu6800")
#  cleanCL <- rmAmbigMappings(cL)
#}


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