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CAMDA 2002 Conference Contest Datasets

Affymetrix Latin Square Data for Expression Algorithm Assessment

See the technical note

Download the datasets: (right-click, Save-as)

  • Windows: .zip (~325 MB, ~1 GB uncompressed)
  • Unix: .tar.gz (~325 MB, ~1 GB uncompressed)

See README.html after downloading and uncompressing.

Project normal: Defining normal variance in mouse gene expression

Pritchard, CC, Hsu, L, Delrow, J, Nelson, PS.  Project normal: Defining normal variance in mouse gene expression.  PNAS 98(23) (Nov 2001): 13266-71.

Download the datasets: (right-click, Save-as)

  • Corrected data
    • Without images:
      • Windows: .zip (~5 MB, ~25 MB uncompressed)
      • Unix: .tar.gz (~5 MB, ~25 MB uncompressed)
    • With images:
      • Windows: .zip (~950 MB, ~1.7 GB uncompressed)
      • Unix: .tar.gz (~950 MB, ~1.7 GB uncompressed)
  • Uncorrected data
    • Without images:
      • Windows: .zip (~5 MB, ~25 MB uncompressed)
      • Unix: .tar.gz (~5 MB, ~25 MB uncompressed)
    • With images:
      • Windows: .zip (~950 MB, ~1.7 GB uncompressed)
      • Unix: .tar.gz (~950 MB, ~1.7 GB uncompressed)

See README.html after downloading and uncompressing.  Note: with and without images archives do not uncompress into the same directory.  The only shared file that is different is README.html.


CAMDA 2002 Data Set Policies:

Because CAMDA is a competition, we are unable to answer questions related to the content or format of the data files.  Part of the technical challenge of the competition is in decoding the raw data itself, in addition to processing the data.  To facilitate this process, we have set up a public mailing list for discussion of the datasets.  This mailing list is accessible at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/camdadata/.  To be fair to all contestants, we will not reply to individuals.  However, contestants are encouraged to share ideas and questions on the public mailing list.  We hope that the mailing list will become a forum for discussing the technical aspects of the datasets and move the process of analyzing the data forward.  We will answer questions to the mailing list at our own discretion. 


Sponsors:
Affymetrix North Carolina Biotechnology Center Agilent Technologies GalxoSmithKline Duke Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

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