Bioconductor Mirror in Japan

[ICO]NameLast modifiedSizeDescription

[   ]biocLite.R22-Apr-2015 21:05 6.4K 
[   ]getBioC.R20-May-2015 06:29 2.3K 
[DIR]packages/19-Aug-2015 00:08 -  
[TXT]update.2.14.txt16-Oct-2014 22:39 167  
[TXT]update.3.0.txt26-May-2015 21:39 149  
[TXT]update.3.1.txt27-Aug-2015 21:39 266K 
[TXT]update.3.2.txt27-Aug-2015 23:53 421K A mirror of bioconductor repositories in Japan

Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of
high-throughput genomic data. Bioconductor uses the R statistical
programming language, and is open source and open development.

The Bioconductor master package repositories reside at Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA, USA.

This site is
- a mirror of repositories from Bioconductor in RIKEN Wako, Saitama, Japan.
- updated daily night in Japan.
- maintained by Itoshi NIKAIDO <dritoshi at>


$ sudo R

> chooseBioCmirror()
BioC mirror 

1: Bioconductor (World-wide)
2: Bethesda (USA)
3: Dortmund (Germany)
4: Anhui (China)
5: Cambridge (UK)
6: Riken, Kobe (Japan)
7: Tokyo (Japan)
8: Canberra (Australia)
9: Sao Paulo (Brazil)

Selection: 6

> source("")
> biocLite("BrainStars")
> q()

(in Japanese)

Itoshi NIKAIDO, Ph.D. Unit Leader 
Bioinformatics Research Unit, RIKEN