Data Science Workshop
British Society for Proteomic Research Meeting 2018
April 17 2019
This book covers:
- An introduction to R and RStudio
- An introduction to tidyverse and base R
- Importing and transforming proteomics data
- Visualisation of proteomics analysis
The analysis is of an example data set of observations for 7702 proteins from cells in three control experiments and three treatment experiments. The observations are signal intensity measurements from the mass spectrometer. These intensities relate the concentration of protein observed in each experiment and under each condition. The analysis transforms the data to examine the effect of treatment on the cellular proteome and visualise the output using a volcano plot , a heatmap, a Venn diagram and peptide sequence logos. Click here to download the csv file.
If you are new to R, then the first thing to know is that R is a programming language and RStudio is a program for working with R called an integrated development environment (IDE). You can use R without RStudio, but not the other way around. Further details in Chapter 1.1.
These materials were generated using R version 3.5.0.
Once you’ve installed R and RStudio, you’ll also need a few R packages. Packages are collections of functions.
Open RStudio and put the code below into the
window and press
Enter to install these three packages.