MultiAssayExperiment provides an integrative representation of multi-’omics data on a set of samples. You can choose to represent your data using this infrastructure or use pre-processed datasets from
We recommend installing the stable release version of MultiAssayExperiment in Bioconductor. This can be done using
if (!require("BiocManager")) install.packages("BiocManager") library(BiocManager) install("MultiAssayExperiment")
MultiAssayExperiment quick reference, vignettes, and function help pages are available by browsing to the package website.
We provide a reference cheat sheet for a summary of available functionality in
For easy-to-use and analysis-ready
MultiAssayExperiment objects, use the
curatedTCGAData experiment data package:
TCGAutils is a handy package for working with TCGA data represented as
MultiAssayExperiment objects. It is highly recommended to use
TCGAutils for TCGA identifier manipulation, sample identification and separation, and much more.
TCGAutils, run the following:
If you find a bug or error within
TCGAutils, please provide a reproducible example in the respective GitHub issues pages: ‘http://github.com/waldronlab/
If you have a question about using any of the packages listed above, create a post on https://support.bioconductor.org/.
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