DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.sesame    

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Tools For Analyzing Illumina Infinium DNA Methylation Arrays

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Tools For analyzing Illumina Infinium DNA methylation arrays.

Author: Wanding Zhou [aut, cre], Hui Shen [aut], Timothy Triche [ctb], Bret Barnes [ctb]

Maintainer: Wanding Zhou <zhouwanding at>

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HTML R Script 0. SeSAMe User Guide
HTML R Script 1. Quality Controls
HTML R Script 2. Large Data
HTML R Script 3. Minfi Interaction
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biocViews DNAMethylation, MethylationArray, Preprocessing, QualityControl, Software
Version 1.1.16
In Bioconductor since BioC 3.8 (R-3.5) (0.5 years)
License Artistic-2.0
Depends R (>= 3.5), sesameData, methods
Imports BiocParallel, R6, grDevices, utils, illuminaio, MASS, GenomicRanges, IRanges, grid, preprocessCore, stats, S4Vectors, randomForest, wheatmap, ggplot2, parallel, matrixStats, DNAcopy
Suggests scales, knitr, rmarkdown, testthat, minfi, SummarizedExperiment, FlowSorted.CordBloodNorway.450k, FlowSorted.Blood.450k, dplyr, tidyr, BiocStyle
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Imports Me TCGAbiolinks, TCGAbiolinksGUI
Suggests Me sesameData
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