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* '''Human, Mac OSX (all versions)''' <br/> Currently not available.
 
* '''Human, Mac OSX (all versions)''' <br/> Currently not available.
 
* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz Human, Linux and Unix systems, R source package]''' <br/> Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz this file], save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the <code>install.packages()</code> function: give the full path of the saved file and use the '<code>repos=NULL</code>' argument of <code>install.packages()</code>.
 
* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz Human, Linux and Unix systems, R source package]''' <br/> Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz this file], save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the <code>install.packages()</code> function: give the full path of the saved file and use the '<code>repos=NULL</code>' argument of <code>install.packages()</code>.
* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.zip Mouse, Microsoft Windows (all versions)]''' <br/>Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.zip this file], save it in a temporary directory, and then start R. From the Packages menu choose '<code>Install packages from local zip files</code>' and select the saved file.
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* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Mm.eg.db_5.0-1.zip Mouse, Microsoft Windows (all versions)]''' <br/>Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Mm.eg.db_5.0-1.zip this file], save it in a temporary directory, and then start R. From the Packages menu choose '<code>Install packages from local zip files</code>' and select the saved file.
 
* '''Mouse, Mac OSX (all versions)''' <br/> Currently not available.
 
* '''Mouse, Mac OSX (all versions)''' <br/> Currently not available.
* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz Mouse, Linux and Unix systems, R source package]''' <br/> Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Hs.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz this file], save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the <code>install.packages()</code> function: give the full path of the saved file and use the '<code>repos=NULL</code>' argument of <code>install.packages()</code>.
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* '''[http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Mm.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz Mouse, Linux and Unix systems, R source package]''' <br/> Download [http://www.unil.ch/cbg/homepage/downloads/targetscan.Mm.eg.db_5.0-1.tar.gz this file], save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the <code>install.packages()</code> function: give the full path of the saved file and use the '<code>repos=NULL</code>' argument of <code>install.packages()</code>.

Latest revision as of 18:58, 26 January 2010

[edit] TargetScan predicted microRNA targets

TargetScan is a database of predicted microRNA targets, developed at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research. To facilitate the use of this database in BioConductor we created annotation R packages from it.

[edit] Download and Installation

You will need to install the core BioConductor packages first. See the BioConductor web site for details on this. Then, choose a package for your organism and your operating system:

  • Human, Microsoft Windows (all versions)
    Download this file, save it in a temporary directory, and then start R. From the Packages menu choose 'Install packages from local zip files' and select the saved file.
  • Human, Mac OSX (all versions)
    Currently not available.
  • Human, Linux and Unix systems, R source package
    Download this file, save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the install.packages() function: give the full path of the saved file and use the 'repos=NULL' argument of install.packages().
  • Mouse, Microsoft Windows (all versions)
    Download this file, save it in a temporary directory, and then start R. From the Packages menu choose 'Install packages from local zip files' and select the saved file.
  • Mouse, Mac OSX (all versions)
    Currently not available.
  • Mouse, Linux and Unix systems, R source package
    Download this file, save it in a temporary directory, and start R. Install the downloaded package using the install.packages() function: give the full path of the saved file and use the 'repos=NULL' argument of install.packages().