DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.pathprintGEOData    

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Pathway fingerprint vectors representing a subsection of arrays from the GEO data repository

Bioconductor version: 3.12

Pathway Fingerprint vectors that have been pre-calculated for ~390,000 publicly available arrays from the GEO corpus, spanning 6 species and 31 platforms. All data are accompanied by their associated metadata.

Author: Gabriel Altschuler, Sokratis Kariotis

Maintainer: Sokratis Kariotis <s.kariotis at>

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biocViews Caenorhabditis_elegans_Data, Danio_rerio_Data, Drosophila_melanogaster_Data, ExperimentData, ExpressionData, GEO, Genome, Homo_sapiens_Data, MicroarrayData, Mus_musculus_Data, OneChannelData, PathwayInteractionDatabase, Rattus_norvegicus_Data, SequencingData, TwoChannelData
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