Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

For likelihoods of the data given a set of models, this function calculates the posterior likelihoods of the models given the data. An internal function of baySeq, which should not in general be called by the user.

1 2 | ```
getPosteriors(ps, prs, pET = "none", marginalise = FALSE, groups, priorSubset = NULL, maxit = 100, accuracy =
1e-5, eqOverRep = NULL, cl = cl)
``` |

`ps` |
A matrix containing likelihoods of the data for each count (rows) under each model (columns). |

`prs` |
(Initial) prior probabilities for each of the models. |

`pET` |
What type of prior re-estimation should be attempted? Defaults to "none"; "BIC" and "iteratively" are also available. |

`marginalise` |
Should an attempt be made to numerically marginalise over a prior distribution iteratively estimated from the posterior distribution? Defaults to FALSE, as in general offers little performance gain and increases computational cost considerably. |

`groups` |
Group structure from which likelihoods in |

`priorSubset` |
If |

`maxit` |
What is the maximum number of iterations that should be tried if we are bootstrapping prior probabilities from the data? |

`accuracy` |
How small should the difference in estimated priors be before we stop bootstrapping. |

`eqOverRep` |
A boolean describing which prior values are equally marginally distributed over replicates. |

`cl` |
Parallelisation cluster object. |

An internal function, that will not in general be called by the user. It takes the log-likelihoods of the data given the models being tested and returns the posterior likelihoods of the models.

The function may attempt to estimate the prior likelihoods
either by using the Bayesian Information Criterion (```
'pET =
"BIC"'
```

) to identify the proportion of the data best explained by each
model and taking these proportions as prior. Alternatively, an
iterative re-estimation of priors is possible (`'pET = "iteratively"'`

,
in which an inital estimate for the prior likelihoods of the models is
used to calculated the posteriors and then the priors are updated by
taking the mean of the posterior likelihoods for each model across all
data.

A list containing posteriors: estimated posterior likelihoods of the model for each count (log-scale) priors: estimated (or given) prior probabilities of the model

Thomas J. Hardcastle

Hardcastle T.J., and Kelly, K. baySeq: Empirical Bayesian Methods For Identifying Differential Expression In Sequence Count Data. BMC Bioinformatics (2010)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 | ```
# Simulate some log-likeihoods of data given models (each model
# describes one column of the 'ps' object).
ps <- log(rbind(
cbind(runif(10000, 0, 0.1), runif(10000, 0.3, 0.9)),
cbind(runif(10000, 0.4, 0.9), runif(1000, 0, 0.2))))
# get posterior log-likelihoods of model, estimating prior likelihoods
# of each model from the data.
pps <- getPosteriors(ps, prs <- c(0.5, 0.5), pET = "none", cl =
NULL)
pps$priors
pps$posteriors[1:10,]
``` |

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