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2017 Jul 05
1
Question about correlation
Hi Chin Yi, If you are trying to correlate "Health" with "Disease", i.e. cydf<-read.table(text="OTU ID Health Disease Bacterial 1 0.29 0.34 Bacterial 2 0.25 0.07 Bacterial 3 0.06 0.06 Bacterial 4 0.07 0.09 Bacterial 5 0.02 0.05", header=TRUE) print(cor(cydf$Health,cydf$Disease)) [1] 0.7103517 If you are getting that error, it probably means that either "Health" or "Disease" or perhaps b...
2017 Jul 05
1
Question about correlation
On 2017-07-05 11:56, Jim Lemon wrote: > Hi Chin Yi, > If you are trying to correlate "Health" with "Disease", i.e. > > cydf<-read.table(text="OTU ID Health Disease > Bacterial 1 0.29 0.34 > Bacterial 2 0.25 0.07 > Bacterial 3 0.06 0.06 > Bacterial 4 0.07 0.09 > Bacterial 5 0.02 0.05", > header=TRUE) > print(cor(cydf$Health,cydf$Disease)) > [1] 0.7103517 > > If you are getting that error, it probably means that either &quo...
2017 Jul 05
1
Question about correlation
Greeting. Dear Mr/Mrs/Miss, OTU ID Health Disease Bacterial 1 0.29 0.34 Bacterial 2 0.25 0.07 Bacterial 3 0.06 0.06 Bacterial 4 0.07 0.09 Bacterial 5 0.02 0.05 Above show the first 6 data sets, may I ask that the reason of R show the error like "Error in cor(data) : 'x' must be numeric" ? And how to solve it? Besides, isn't this data...
2017 Jul 05
1
Question about correlation
...?ran Brostr?m <goran.brostrom at umu.se> wrote: > On 2017-07-05 11:56, Jim Lemon wrote: >> >> Hi Chin Yi, >> If you are trying to correlate "Health" with "Disease", i.e. >> >> cydf<-read.table(text="OTU ID Health Disease >> Bacterial 1 0.29 0.34 >> Bacterial 2 0.25 0.07 >> Bacterial 3 0.06 0.06 >> Bacterial 4 0.07 0.09 >> Bacterial 5 0.02 0.05", >> header=TRUE) >> print(cor(cydf$Health,cydf$Disease)) >> [1] 0.7103517 >> >> If you are getting that error,...
2017 Jul 06
0
Question about correlation
...rostrom at umu.se>> wrote: > > On 2017-07-05 11:56, Jim Lemon wrote: > > Hi Chin Yi, > If you are trying to correlate "Health" with "Disease", i.e. > > cydf<-read.table(text="OTU ID Health Disease > Bacterial 1 0.29 0.34 > Bacterial 2 0.25 0.07 > Bacterial 3 0.06 0.06 > Bacterial 4 0.07 0.09 > Bacterial 5 0.02 0.05", > header=TRUE) > print(cor(cydf$Health,cydf$Disease)) > [1] 0.7103517 > >...
2005 Sep 27
6
Locomotive 0.2.4 for Mac OS X 10.3+
...le are now included Get it at: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/locomotive/Locomotive_0.2.4.dmg?download If you have any further questions, head on over to the website: http://locomotive.sourceforge.net Cheers, Ryan -- Ryan Raaum http://www.rockefeller.edu -- Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology http://www.worldmartial.com -- Black Belt Instructor http://locomotive.sourceforge.net -- Self contained one-click Rails for Mac OS X
2006 Jul 11
1
Problems using the authorization plugin from Bill Katz
...id`, `user_id`, `created_at`) VALUES (''2006-07-11 13:58:35'', 5, 5, 20, ''2006-07-11 13:58:35'') I know what the Duplicate key mean, but am I using the plugin correctly or you cant have 2 users with the same permission on the same object? thank you -- -- ph, ph@bacterie.org :r&d web t?l: 514.678.6066
2014 Sep 04
0
gplot heatmaps: clustering according to rowsidecolors + key.xtickfun
Hi there, I have two questions about heatmap.2 in gplot. My input is a simple square matrix with numeric values between 75 and 100 (it is a similarity matrix based on bacterial DNA sequences). 1. I can sort my input matrix into categories with rowsidecolors (in this case, very conveniently by bacterial taxa). I do a clustering and reordering of my matrix by Rowv=TRUE (and Colv="Rowv"). The question is now, can i combine the two features that the clustering...
2013 Apr 30
1
vegan -varpart is bigger than 100% in total?
I am trying to find the percentage of the parameters explaining the bacterial community composition. I have one data matrix with relative abundance of OTUs and one with environmental parameters. I used varpart in vegan package but the values in the venn diagram is bigger than 100% in total.How is it possible? What might be the reason? Thank you library(vegan) gotud <-...
2006 Jan 02
5
How can one use GRUFF with locomotive ( I guess there is a wider question here, also)
Hi: I love Locomotive and use it exclusively for my rails projects. I''d like to install GRUFF and give it a try (a graph image creation package). I know I can do sudo gem install gruff from the command line for normal ruby and rails. How do I make gems available to Locomotive? bruce
2005 Dec 30
2
Locomotive 1.0.0 for Mac OS 10.3+
.... Gotchas ======= * Older server bundles may not work properly. (Older rails bundles should be fine). With Code Contributions from: ====================== * Tobias Lidskog * DeLynn Berry * Thomas Steinhausen * Sammi Williams Cheers! -ryan -- Ryan Raaum http://www.rockefeller.edu -- Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology http://www.worldmartial.com -- Black Belt Instructor http://locomotive.sourceforge.net -- Self contained one-click Rails for Mac OS X
2011 Feb 18
8
Confidence Intervals on Standard Curve
Hi, I wonder if anyone could advise me with this: I''ve been trying to make a standard curve in R with lm() of some standards from a spectrophotometer, so as I can express the curve as a formula, and so obtain values from my treated samples by plugging in readings into the formula, instead of trying to judge things by eye, with a curve drawn by hand. It is a curve and so I used the
2012 Feb 10
0
a) t-tests on loess splines; b) linear models, type II SS for unbalanced ANOVA
...#39;'ve searched the R-help arhives and found several informative threads that related to my questions, but there are still a few issues I''m not clear about. I''d be grateful for guidance. Background and data set: I wish to compare the growth and metabolism of 2 strains of bacteria. I have grown the 2 strains in 3 replicates on 2 different occasions and on each occasion taken hourly measurements of the population density of bacteria (represented by "od" (optical density)) and the concentrations of several chemicals, such as glycerol, in their growth medium (environ...
2005 Dec 31
6
What does this error mean when using scaffold?
Last login: Fri Dec 30 15:34:43 on ttyp1 source /private/var/tmp/folders.501/TemporaryItems/Locomotive. 1135999534.992790-16807 Welcome to Darwin! frank-roccos-powerbook58:~ farocco$ source /private/var/tmp/folders. 501/TemporaryItems/Locomotive.1135999534.992790-16807 frank-roccos-powerbook58:~/Documents/receipts farocco$ script/
2005 Oct 10
5
Under-dispersion - a stats question?
Hello all: I frequently have glm models in which the residual variance is much lower than the residual degrees of freedom (e.g. Res.Dev=30.5, Res.DF = 82). Is it appropriate for me to use a quasipoisson error distribution and test it with an F distribution? It seems to me that I could stand to gain a much-reduced standard error if I let the procedure estimate my dispersion factor (which
2005 Dec 15
1
Locomotive for Mac OS X 10.3+. Now with Rails 1.0
...d is a new bundle. Rails 1.0 Min: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/locomotive/Rails_1.0.0_Min.dmg?download Rails 1.0 Max: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/locomotive/Rails_1.0.0_Max.dmg?download Cheers! -r -- Ryan Raaum http://www.rockefeller.edu -- Bacterial Pathogenesis and Immunology http://www.worldmartial.com -- Black Belt Instructor http://locomotive.sourceforge.net -- Self contained one-click Rails for Mac OS X
2013 Jun 22
0
Re: R-help Digest, Vol 124, Issue 22
...now if we can estimate Rg between two binary traits > (disease status: alive vs. dead) with the R package. > > My data: we have 100 full-sib (FS) families, > and two random samples (each with n= 200 FS fish) from each FS family > were evaluated for disease resistance to two different bacterial > diseases, separately. Both traits are not recorded in the same > individual; both traits are recorded in different full-sibs from a FS > family. Yes. Check out http://glmm.wikidot.com/ and the R-sig-mixed-models list. MCMCglmm is the package most explicitly for multivaria...
2006 Feb 09
4
Setting up Ruby + RubyOnRails on the new intel mac (any feedback?)
Hi I''m about to attempt to setup RoR on an iMac powered by an Intel core duo. Before I start, is there anyone who would have some feedback about a similar setup (and likely, the caveats hidden down there) ? thanks! Thibaut -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2010 Apr 21
3
Leer datos de Unicode
Hola, Tengo un problema cuando trato de leer datos que contienen caracteres en Unicode en R 2.10 (windows). La tabla que trato de leer tiene caracteres en Unicode en el nombre de las columnas ( si los tiene en el nombre de las filas no falla aunque me modifica el nombre ) La linea que utilizo es: read.table("example_unicode.txt", sep="\t", dec=".", header=T,
2005 Dec 29
3
Blank pages, ''missing default helper path rails_info_helper''
Environment: * OS X 10.4.3 * Ruby 1.8.2 (2004-12-25) [powerpc-darwin8.0] * Rails (1.0.0, 0.13.1) * WEBrick 1.3.1 * Following the wiki directions, I did the OSX fixrbconfig thing, installed Rails, MySQL, etc.. Please bear with me, I''m new to Rails. I successfully followed the ''depot'' application from the Agile Web Development with Rails book, building it piece by