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# __Choose a dataset to preprocess or upload your own data__ \\ aPE can be used on the EBI R-Cloud to pre-process private datasets by uploading its corresponding CEL files to your R/Bioconductor Workbench account.
You can also pre-process public datasets available through ArrayExpress.
You can use this [interface|http://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress/] to search for a dataset.\\ \\
# __Launch the R-Cloud Workbench, register and create a new project__ \\ The EBI R-Cloud is a new service at the EBI which allows R users to log in and run distributed computational jobs remotely on its powerful 64-bit linux cluster. This is available through a Java client called the ArrayExpress R/Bioconductor Workbench. Open the following address in a browser and follow the instructions on the page to download or launch the Workbench: [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/tools/rcloud] \\\\
When connecting for the first time you will be requested to register. You will need to set/provide a username, password and e-mail address to allow you to retrieve your long running projects the next time you log in. Once registered you can log in and create a new project.\\ \\ [Find your way around the workbench|http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/rcloud/quick_start.html]
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# __Pre-process your data__ \\ If your CEL files are in a folder 'td', running affyParaEBI within R is straightforward with the following simple code:
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# __Choose a dataset to preprocess or upload your own data__ \\ aPE can be used on the EBI R-Cloud to pre-process private datasets by uploading its corresponding CEL files to your R/Bioconductor Workbench account. \\ You can also pre-process public datasets available through ArrayExpress. \\ You can use this [interface|http://www.ebi.ac.uk/arrayexpress/] to search for a dataset.\\ \\
# __Launch the R-Cloud Workbench, register and create a new project__ \\ The EBI R-Cloud is a new service at the EBI which allows R users to log in and run distributed computational jobs remotely on its powerful 64-bit linux cluster. This is available through a Java client called the ArrayExpress R/Bioconductor Workbench. Open the following address in a browser and follow the instructions on the page to download or launch the Workbench: [http://www.ebi.ac.uk/tools/rcloud] \\ \\ When connecting for the first time you will be requested to register. You will need to set/provide a username, password and e-mail address to allow you to retrieve your long running projects the next time you log in. Once registered you can log in and create a new project.\\ \\ [Find your way around the workbench|http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/rcloud/quick_start.html] \\ \\
# __Pre-process your data__ \\ If your CEL files are in a folder 'td', running affyParaEBI within R is straightforward with the following simple code: \\ {{{
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\\ When the pipeline finishes, 'e' will contain an ExpressionSet object that can then be used for downstream analysis.
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\\ The pre-processing will take time depending on the size of the dataset and how many computing nodes were allocated with "makeCluster" (10 in the above example). Typically, 50 nodes can pre-process 1000 CEL files in about 20 minutes.
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If you want to pre-process one or more experiments available in ArrayExpress, you can download the CEL files to a folder via ArrayExpress R/Bioconductor package:
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