ImpulseDE2 is a differential expression algorithm for longitudinal count data sets which arise in sequencing experiments such as RNAseq, ChIPseq, ATACseq and DNaseIseq. ImpulseDE2 is based on a negative binomial noise model with dispersion trend smoothing by DESeq2 and uses the impulse model to constrain the mean expression trajectory of each gene. The impulse model was empirically found to fit global expression changes in cells after environmental and developmental stimuli and is therefore appropriate in most cell biological scenarios. The constraint on the mean expression trajectory prevents overfitting to small expression fluctuations. Secondly, ImpulseDE2 has higher statistical testing power than generalized linear modelbased differential expression algorithms which fit time as a categorial variable if more than six time points are sampled because of the fixed number of parameters.
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Author  David S Fischer [aut, cre], Fabian J Theis [ctb], Nir Yosef [ctb] 
Bioconductor views  CellBasedAssays CellBiology DifferentialExpression GeneExpression Sequencing Software StatisticalMethod TimeCourse 
Maintainer  David S Fischer <[email protected]> 
License  Artistic2.0 
Version  1.6.0 
Package repository  View on Bioconductor 
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