An (Opinionated) Guide to Microarray Data Analysis
Karolinska Instutitute, Dept. of Biosciences
The aim of these pages is to set out the author’s opinions about the best ways to deal with the most common issues in microarray data analysis. The opinions are based on experience with dozens of collaborating lab scientists, and discussions with microarray statisticians. Contributions, disputes, and opinions are welcome (and may be posted!). These pages are intended primarily for people working in a microarray facility. However I hope that statisticians and programmers will also find interesting material here.
This site is organized as follows
Spotted Array Issues (two-color competitively hybridized microarrays)
Image analysis for spotted arrays (not done)
For descriptions of the technology see TECH LINKS