DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.DupChecker    

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a package for checking high-throughput genomic data redundancy in meta-analysis

Bioconductor version: 3.7

Meta-analysis has become a popular approach for high-throughput genomic data analysis because it often can significantly increase power to detect biological signals or patterns in datasets. However, when using public-available databases for meta-analysis, duplication of samples is an often encountered problem, especially for gene expression data. Not removing duplicates would make study results questionable. We developed a Bioconductor package DupChecker that efficiently identifies duplicated samples by generating MD5 fingerprints for raw data.

Author: Quanhu Sheng, Yu Shyr, Xi Chen

Maintainer: "Quanhu SHENG" <shengqh at gmail.com>

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Version 1.18.0
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