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From: Jordi Altirriba Gutiérrez <altirriba_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed 14 Jul 2004 - 08:41:35 EST


  Dear R users,
  First of all, thanks for the incredibly fast answers and help of Rolf, Marc and Robert.
  Yes, I noticed that it was a lot of permutacions, but my intention was to make this process automatic and take only 5.000 - 10.000 permutations. Therefore, I wanted only to take that "interesting permutations" with "some information" [inter-block permutations].   The reason why I'm interested in these permutations is because I'm using some packages of Bioconductor to analyse my data from some microarrays and I thought that perhaps could be interesting to see what happens when I permute my data and I compare it against the not permuted data.   Thanks again for your time and suggestions.

Jordi Altirriba
Ph. D. Student

Hospital Clinic-Barcelona-Spain



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