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The exposome is defined as the totality of human environmental exposures from conception onward, complementing the genom and its holistic approach may advance understanding of disease etiology. We aimed to describe the correlation structure of the exposome during pregnancy to better understand the relationships between and within families of exposure and to develop analytical tools appropriate to exposome data.
Environ Sci. Technol.

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  • Comprehensive analysis of the exposome, exposome-health associations and omics intermediates

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  • CTDquerier: a tool for enrichment analysis in genetic and toxicological studies using CTD

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  • The acute effects of ultraviolet radiation on the blood transcriptome are independent of plasma 25OHD3

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  • psygenet2r: a R/Bioconductor package for the analysis of psychiatric disease genes

    Details PubMed Bioconductor

  • MultiDataSet: an R package for encapsulating multiple data sets with application to omic data integration

    Details PubMed Bioconductor

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Sometimes I want to refer labels I placed in external .tex files. I mean, I want o refer (using the command \ref) a \label from a .tex file I created in another project. A valid solution it to use the command \include. But I in this case I don’t want to include the .tex, I only want to be able to refer their labels. This can be done using the xr package.

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The steps to change the title of the table of contents (ToC) depends on if you are using the babel package or not. Without babel The title of the table of contents can be changed using the command \contentsname. Let’s see a small example: \documentclass{article} \renewcommand{\contentsname}{Index} % ToC will show "Index" instead of "Content" \begin{document} \tableofcontents \section{Section} \subsection{Subsection} \end{document} With babel When using babel package the name of the table of contents needs to be changed for the particular language used with babel.

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Docker is a full development platform for creating containerized apps. It is a platform available for Windows, GNU/Linux and MAC here. Unfortunately, for Windows users, the docker version you can get depends on the Windows you are running. Windows Docker Access Windows Home Docker Toolbox link Windows Pro Docket link This is because Windows Home systems goes without Hyper-V.

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Using the same technique seen in the old post “Comparing ping time between connections” I asked some colleges to run the following command in their research centers. ping www.google.com -c 200 > ping_google.txt So, I load the multiple ping-files to create a data.frame with the icmp_seq number, the time spend per ping and the institution where the ping was promoted. ping <- lapply( files, function( file ) { dta <- read.

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Today I am traveling to Boston to attend the BioC 2017: Where Software and Biology Connect. In this trip to Boston, I stop in Lisbon to take the transoceanic flight. Let’s see a map Boston-Barcelona “centered” using the package maps: library( maps ) xlim <- c( -140, 20 ) ylim <- c( 25, 50 ) map( "world", lwd = 0.75, xlim = xlim, ylim = ylim ) Using ggmap we can get the longitude and the latitude of the cities:

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