BioConductor

anota 1.20.0

ANalysis Of Translational Activity (ANOTA).

Released Mar 3, 2011 by Ola Larsson, Nahum Sonenberg, Robert Nadon

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Dependencies

qvalue 2.4.2 multtest 2.28.0

Genome wide studies of translational control is emerging as a tool to study verious biological conditions. The output from such analysis is both the mRNA level (e.g. cytosolic mRNA level) and the levl of mRNA actively involved in translation (the actively translating mRNA level) for each mRNA. The standard analysis of such data strives towards identifying differential translational between two or more sample classes - i.e. differences in actively translated mRNA levels that are independent of underlying differences in cytosolic mRNA levels. This package allows for such analysis using partial variances and the random variance model. As 10s of thousands of mRNAs are analyzed in parallell the library performs a number of tests to assure that the data set is suitable for such analysis.

Installation

Maven

This package can be included as a dependency from a Java or Scala project by including the following your project's pom.xml file. Read more about embedding Renjin in JVM-based projects.

<dependencies>
  <dependency>
    <groupId>org.renjin.bioconductor</groupId>
    <artifactId>anota</artifactId>
    <version>1.20.0-b2</version>
  </dependency>
</dependencies>
<repositories>
  <repository>
    <id>bedatadriven</id>
    <name>bedatadriven public repo</name>
    <url>https://nexus.bedatadriven.com/content/groups/public/</url>
  </repository>
</repositories>

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Renjin CLI

If you're using Renjin from the command line, you load this library by invoking:

library('org.renjin.bioconductor:anota')

Test Results

This package was last tested against Renjin 0.8.2337 on Feb 23, 2017.

Source

R

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