geneAttribution: Identification of candidate genes associated with genetic variation

Identification of the most likely gene or genes through which variation at a given genomic locus in the human genome acts. The most basic functionality assumes that the closer gene is to the input locus, the more likely the gene is to be causative. Additionally, any empirical data that links genomic regions to genes (e.g. eQTL or genome conformation data) can be used if it is supplied in the UCSC .BED file format.

AuthorArthur Wuster
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerArthur Wuster <wustera@gene.com>
LicenseArtistic-2.0
Version1.0.1

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geneAttribution/DESCRIPTION
geneAttribution/NAMESPACE
geneAttribution/R
geneAttribution/R/geneAttribution.R
geneAttribution/README.md
geneAttribution/build
geneAttribution/build/vignette.rds
geneAttribution/inst
geneAttribution/inst/CITATION
geneAttribution/inst/NEWS
geneAttribution/inst/doc
geneAttribution/inst/doc/geneAttribution.Rmd
geneAttribution/inst/doc/geneAttribution.html
geneAttribution/inst/extdata
geneAttribution/inst/extdata/eqtlHaplotypeBlocks.b38.bed
geneAttribution/inst/extdata/hiCRegions.b38.bed
geneAttribution/man
geneAttribution/man/geneAttribution.Rd geneAttribution/man/geneModels.Rd geneAttribution/man/loadBed.Rd geneAttribution/man/normP.Rd
geneAttribution/tests
geneAttribution/tests/testthat
geneAttribution/tests/testthat.R
geneAttribution/tests/testthat/testGeneAttribution.R
geneAttribution/vignettes
geneAttribution/vignettes/geneAttribution.Rmd

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