Eh, there is some discussion activity on the list, but not much. You
are really better off moving to Bioconductor.
On 1/24/07, Jay Hannah wrote:
> Hi Allen (et. al.) --
> What is the status of bioperl-microarray nowadays? I checked it out
> of CVS and it looks like there hasn't been any substantive commit
> since 2003?
> I ask because I just spit out some Affymetrix GeneChip definitions
> and soon I'll have to get serious about parsing/storing/diving result
> sets. This area is new to me so I've been diving the bioperl-l
> archives for every mention of microarray over the years. Bioconductor
> and R are fascinating. I have a lot of reading to do. :)
> Anyway, just wondering if bioperl-microarray is still active and/or
> in use in the wild...
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