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Old 06-20-2017, 07:21 PM   #1
lagrace
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Lightbulb TopHat-Cufflinks-Cummerbund Pipeline

Hello, hope all is well.

Below are two helpful codes to bypass a rsql error while using R in a linux environment (unix-like environment). Once you have created your diff_out directory, use R to continue your analysis.


>library(cummeRbund)
>sqliteQuickSQL<-dbGetQuery
>dbBeginTransaction<-dbBegin

>cuff<-readCufflinks()

BR,

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