While gene signatures are frequently used to predict phenotypes (e.g. predict prognosis of cancer patients), it it not always clear how optimal or meaningful they are (cf David Venet, Jacques E. Dumont, and Vincent Detours' paper "Most Random Gene Expression Signatures Are Significantly Associated with Breast Cancer Outcome"). Based on suggestions in that paper, SigCheck accepts a data set (as an ExpressionSet) and a gene signature, and compares its performance on survival and/or classification tasks against a) random gene signatures of the same length; b) known, related and unrelated gene signatures; and c) permuted data and/or metadata.
|Author||Rory Stark <email@example.com> and Justin Norden|
|Bioconductor views||Classification GeneExpression GeneSetEnrichment|
|Maintainer||Rory Stark <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Package repository||View on Bioconductor|
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