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Function Rajaratnam.2 [gtheory v0.1.2]
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Rajaratnam, Cronbach and Gleser's (1965) Table 2
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Rajaratnam, Cronbach and Gleser's (1965) table 2 contains item scores from a person * (item : subscale) multivariate generalizability (G) study. The same data are found in Brennan (2001) as table 9.1. Note that the data are in long format (one item score per row) and the facets are factors.
Function Brennan.3.2 [gtheory v0.1.2]
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Brennan's (2001) Table 3.2
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Brennan's (2001) table 3.2 (synthetic data set number 4) contains item scores from a person * (rater : task) generalizability (G) study. Note that the data are in long format (one item score per row) and the facets are factors.
Function synteny_info [gsrc v1.1]
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Class for synteny information
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Class for synteny information
Function states [OpenStreetMap v0.3.3]
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The United States
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The United States
Function LA_places [OpenStreetMap v0.3.3]
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Places of interest in Los Angeles
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Places of interest in Los Angeles
Function Example datasets [pbdPROF v0.3-1]
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Small example datasets
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Sample profiler outputs for testing and package demonstration.
Function import-fred [fImport v3042.85]
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Import Market Data from the Fred
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Imports financial time series data from research.stlouisfed.org.
Function show-methods [fImport v3042.85]
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WEBDATA Download Show Methods
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Show methods for WEBDATA downloads.
Function class-fWEBDATA [fImport v3042.85]
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Class "fWEBDATA"
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The class fWEBDATA represents a download from the internet.
Function makeEnsembldbPackage [ensembldb v1.4.7]
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Generating a Ensembl annotation package from Ensembl
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The functions described on this page allow to build EnsDb annotation objects/databases from Ensembl annotations. The most complete set of annotations, which include also the NCBI Entrezgene identifiers for each gene, can be retrieved by the functions using the Ensembl Perl API (i.e. functions fetchTablesFromEnsembl, makeEnsemblSQLiteFromTables). Alternatively the functions ensDbFromAH, ensDbFromGRanges, ensDbFromGff and ensDbFromGtf can be used to build EnsDb objects using GFF or GTF files from Ensembl, which can be either manually downloaded from the Ensembl ftp server, or directly form within R using AnnotationHub. The generated SQLite database can be packaged into an R package using the makeEnsembldbPackage.