Re: [R] exprs function download

From: Martin Morgan <mtmorgan_at_fhcrc.org>
Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 09:30:29 -0800

Cristophe --

'exprs' is a generic function defined in the Biobase package, but with methods in additional packages in Bioconductor. Mostly exprs is used to extract a matrix of expression-like values from a more complicated data structure, the precise package you need depends on what data object you are starting with..

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Martin

Keizer_71 <christophe.lo_at_gmail.com> writes:

> Hi,
>
> I am supposed to use exprs as a function. Where can i download exprs
> function? I tried searching at bioconductor and seach engine but no luck. Is
> it located in one of the library in R?
>
> thanks.
> C
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