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2003 Sep 08
Re: clustering polypeptide sequences
...000000 b0002 0.035122 0.065854 b0003 0.024193 0.070968 b0004 -0.096729 0.084112 b0005 -0.973469 0.091837 b0006 -0.402713 0.108527 b0007 0.680672 0.123950 b0008 -0.209779 0.072555 b0009 -0.013334 0.046154 b0010 0.952128 0.143617 suppose you have these data into a data frame called myseqs [see the R documentation in how to upload these data, you can try > myseqs <- edit(read.table()) ] # you need to load the necessary libraries library(mva) # basic clustering library(cluster) # more clustering algorithms # then you need to calculate the 'distances' betw...
2010 Jun 23
Plotrix Trick
...em is that I would like to write in every cell the value of the corresponding entry of the original matrix, not is logarithm. Does anyone know how to get this done? Or the other way around: leave the data as is, but use a color log scale. Many thanks Lorenzo library(plotrix) set.seed(1234) myseq <- abs(rnorm(25)) myseq[20] <- 100 #introduce outlier! A <- matrix(myseq, ncol=5,nrow=5) #nasty looking figure pdf("test_color_scale.pdf") oldpar<-par( mar = c(4.5,5, 2, 1) + 0.1, cex.axis=1.4,cex.lab=1.6,cex.main=1.6) color2D.matplot(A,main="Title",c(0.2,1),c...
2006 Mar 21
Nuube Sequence problem
In my database the id for a field is 810. RoR thinks that it is 809. My log file (below) shows that just before the insert it grabs the next sequence value. I dont think it should do that. This causes problems further down the line when trying to access the Person object. Development Log file : "SQL (0.016000) select people_seq.nextval id from dual Person Create (0.015000) INSERT