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Genome annotation and visualisation package pertaining to Affymetrix arrays and NGS analysis.

Bioconductor version: Release (3.1)

annmap provides annotation mappings for Affymetrix exon arrays and coordinate based queries to support deep sequencing data analysis. Database access is hidden behind the API which provides a set of functions such as genesInRange(), geneToExon(), exonDetails(), etc. Functions to plot gene architecture and BAM file data are also provided. Underlying data are from Ensembl.

Author: Tim Yates <Tim.Yates at>

Maintainer: Chris Wirth <Christopher.Wirth at>

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PDF R Script annmap installation instruction
PDF R Script annmap primer
PDF R Script The Annmap Cookbook
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biocViews Annotation, Microarray, OneChannel, ReportWriting, Software, Transcription, Visualization
Version 1.10.0
In Bioconductor since BioC 2.11 (R-2.15) (3 years)
License GPL-2
Depends R (>= 2.15.0), methods, GenomicRanges
Imports DBI, RMySQL (>= 0.6-0), digest, Biobase, grid, lattice, Rsamtools, genefilter, IRanges, BiocGenerics
Suggests RUnit, rjson, Gviz
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