I have based this post on a very useful piece of code which basically is the core of my own implementation of a Brownian Motion simulation in R. The original reference code

Suppose that you want to do local mapping of upstream regions of a given RefSeq IDs in a particular genome in R using Bioconductor. Download the script here.In this case, you may take a look at the Bioconductor AnnotationData Packages here: http:/...

When you are working with large FASTA datasets is probable to find out that the sequences are in sort of a mixed quality (obviously, depending on your scientific question),I mean for example, imagine that you retrieve the whole collection of exons of a...

Suppose that we want to calculate the expected distance of a DNA motif within a DNA target sequence, if we know the composition bias or the probability distribution (multinomial model) we can compute it just fine.Download the R code

The last Friday, March 30th, the last stable version of R, the version 2.15.0 was released.So, to install it in Debian Squeeze, or in another Distro powered by Debian (I actually use CrunchBang Linux), just follow the same instructions described here f...

Since not so long, I upgraded the version of R that is included in the Debian repositories (2.11.1 in Squeeze) and I was very happy with it since 2010. But there was some packages that I could not install and then, I decided to upgrade R despite ...

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