ionflows: Calculate the Number of Required Flows for Semiconductor Sequencing
Version 1.1

Two methods for calculation of the number of required flows for semiconductor sequencing: 1. Using a simulation, the number of flows can be calculated for a concrete list of amplicons. 2. An exact combinatorial model is evaluated to calculate the number of flows for a random ensemble of sequences.

AuthorMichael Bockmayr and Jan Budczies
Date of publication2014-11-10 09:55:34
MaintainerMichael Bockmayr <michael.bockmayr@charite.de>
LicenseGPL-3
Version1.1
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("ionflows")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

chp2: An example BED file.
flowsPanel: Simulation algorithm to calculate the number of required...
flowsRandom: A function to compute the percentage of covered random...
ionflows-package: Calculate the Number of Required Flows for Semiconductor...
readBed: This is a function to read BED files.
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

chp2: An example BED file.
flowsPanel: Simulation algorithm to calculate the number of required...
flowsRandom: A function to compute the percentage of covered random...
ionflows-package: Calculate the Number of Required Flows for Semiconductor...
readBed: This is a function to read BED files.

Functions

calcFlows Source code
chp2 Man page
extractFlows Source code
extractSeqs Source code
flowsPanel Man page Source code
flowsRandom Man page Source code
ionflows Man page
ionflows-package Man page
readBed Man page Source code

Files

NAMESPACE
data
data/chp2.rda
R
R/calcFlows.R
R/flowsRandom.R
R/extractSeqs.R
R/ionflows-internal.R
R/extractFlows.R
R/flowsPanel.R
R/readBed.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/flowsRandom.Rd
man/ionflows-package.Rd
man/readBed.Rd
man/chp2.Rd
man/flowsPanel.Rd
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