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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 bot...
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 "...
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 c...
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, i...
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
Hello everyone, I was trying to set up access control in a new application Im working on, I''m trying to use the excellent authorization plugin from Bill Katz, Its pretty straight forward to setup and should be to use. But when i try to give the same permission on two differents users on the same object i get an error. (Well , Im kinda new to all this rails stuff) r = Red.find(1) u1 =
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 <- de...
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
...3.026e+09 3rd Qu.:7.699e+09 11 : 1 Ma,6 :10 6 :12 Max. :8.7375 Max. :3.296e+09 Max. :8.501e+09 (Other):114 (Other):60 (Other):48 uid = unique id for an observation cid = culture id (a within subjects factor identifying each bacterial culture) date = date of culture; data was collected in 2 batches, with a balanced split of observations (3 replicates of each genotype in each batch) g = genotype (the name of the bactrial strain) t = time (1-10 hours) od = optical density (a proxy for poulation density of the bacte...
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 multivariate...
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