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viRome is an R package that makes it easy to analyze RNAseq data. It has been designed to be simple and to meet the needs of users with little experience of bioinformatics.
The package is available in the Bioconductor repository. If you need help installing the package, follow the “Getting Started” vignette. If you have other questions, you can use the help function to get a list of the tools and functions available.

viRome Installation
To use the viroome package to analyze RNA-seq data, you need to install the viroome package and import the package into your R environment.
To do this, you can use the ‘install.packages’ function in R.
You can install the latest version from Bioconductor or get the source code and download the package directly from CRAN.
To install the latest version of the package from Bioconductor, you can use the following code:
install.packages(“viRome”, repos=NULL)

To install the viroome package from CRAN, you can use the following code:

viRome Installation (from CRAN)
To install the viroome package from CRAN, you can use the following code:

The R folder that includes the package does not include any files so it is necessary to download the package from CRAN. The package contains two main files:

A package with 2 vignettes, one on its basics and one on data analysis:

For more information on how to use the viroome package to analyze your data, see the vignette or the viroome help file.

This package is designed for analysis of samples where RNA is present.
Although RNA-seq is becoming increasingly popular, it does not cover the full range of RNA types.
It is not designed for analysis of ribosomal RNA, or micro RNA.

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Hello i’m playing with the iostream
To my surprise the String2() function doesn’t exist.
Any clue on how to build my own String2() function?
Thanks in advance.


You don’t need to create an entirely new one. Just pass your string to the constructor for std::string.
The error is saying that String2() is not found because it’s in the std namespace, not your own one. To access the std namespace, you do
using namespace std;

For example:
string MyClass::String2(string in_string) {
//do stuff


TableViewCell in iOS 7 with dynamically changing textLabel

I am working on a iOS 7 project. In this project, I have a TableViewCell containing 2 text labels.

By default, the data in the text labels of this TableViewCell are:
var user: String = “”
var date: String = “”

In this ViewController I am displaying this TableViewCell and setting the text of the text labels dynamically by calling the following function:
func updateTableView() {

// get data from core data and show in labels

date = datenLabel.text
user = emailLabel.text

But in iOS 7, when I am running the app, I am getting the following error:

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uncaught exception ‘NSInternalInconsistencyException’, reason: ‘Request
for content to be viewed requires user interaction.’

This issue is only present when I am

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