[Bioperl-l] drawing chromosome ideograms

Sean Davis sdavis2 at mail.nih.gov
Tue Sep 12 16:48:52 UTC 2006

On Tuesday 12 September 2006 08:04, Benoit Ballester wrote:
> Richard,
> You can also have a look at Bioconductor - Some of the packages are
> specific to CGHarrays, and they are very nice.  This is obviously of
> topic on this mailling list, but if you need to normalize, analyse, plot
> CGH data, I suggest these packages :
> cghMCR : Find chromosome regions showing common gains/losse
> aCGH : Classes and functions for Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization
> data
> snapCGH : Segmentation, normalisation and processing of aCGH data.

I'll second this.  Plotting is something that R/bioconductor does quite well 
and is EXTREMELY fast when dealing with numeric data.  


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