PID-NCI human pathway repository, as a data frame with three columns corresponding to : pathwayId , pathwayName, gene. This is an example of the expected format for the input data to
This dataset is provided to illustrate how to create your own GPS
nciTable is a dataframe with threecolumns corresponding to
pathwayId, pathwayName and gene. Each row describes the association between an
individual gene and a PID-NCI pathway. As you see in the
examples, section, one can convert this dataframe to a
GPS repository using
makeGPS, and save the results for
future reuse. Using the thus created
GPS repository one can preform
Signature Overrepresentation Analysis on lists of genes of interest.
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