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iontree

 

Data management and analysis of ion trees from ion-trap mass spectrometry

Bioconductor version: Release (3.1)

Ion fragmentation provides structural information for metabolite identification. This package provides utility functions to manage and analyse MS2/MS3 fragmentation data from ion trap mass spectrometry. It was designed for high throughput metabolomics data with many biological samples and a large numer of ion trees collected. Tests have been done with data from low-resolution mass spectrometry but could be readily extended to precursor ion based fragmentation data from high resoultion mass spectrometry.

Author: Mingshu Cao

Maintainer: Mingshu Cao <mingshu.cao at agresearch.co.nz>

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Installation

To install this package, start R and enter:

source("http://bioconductor.org/biocLite.R")
biocLite("iontree")

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browseVignettes("iontree")

 

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biocViews MassSpectrometry, Metabolomics, Software
Version 1.14.0
In Bioconductor since BioC 2.9 (R-2.14) (3.5 years)
License GPL-2
Depends methods, rJava, RSQLite, XML
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