metaCCA: Summary Statistics-Based Multivariate Meta-Analysis of Genome-Wide Association Studies Using Canonical Correlation Analysis

metaCCA performs multivariate analysis of a single or multiple GWAS based on univariate regression coefficients. It allows multivariate representation of both phenotype and genotype. metaCCA extends the statistical technique of canonical correlation analysis to the setting where original individual-level records are not available, and employs a covariance shrinkage algorithm to achieve robustness.

AuthorAnna Cichonska <anna.cichonska@helsinki.fi>
Date of publicationNone
MaintainerAnna Cichonska <anna.cichonska@helsinki.fi>
LicenseMIT + file LICENSE
Version1.2.0
http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2015/07/16/022665

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metaCCA/DESCRIPTION
metaCCA/LICENSE
metaCCA/NAMESPACE
metaCCA/R
metaCCA/R/estimateSyy.R metaCCA/R/expM.R metaCCA/R/metaCcaGp.R metaCCA/R/metaCcaPlusGp.R metaCCA/R/myCCA.R metaCCA/R/normalizeSxy.R metaCCA/R/optimalThreshold.R metaCCA/R/poolCov.R metaCCA/R/shrinkPSD.R metaCCA/R/shrinkPlus.R metaCCA/R/valAlleles.R
metaCCA/build
metaCCA/build/vignette.rds
metaCCA/data
metaCCA/data/testDataMetaCCA.rda
metaCCA/inst
metaCCA/inst/CITATION
metaCCA/inst/doc
metaCCA/inst/doc/metaCCA.R
metaCCA/inst/doc/metaCCA.Rnw
metaCCA/inst/doc/metaCCA.pdf
metaCCA/inst/extdata
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XX_study1.txt
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XX_study2.txt
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XY_full_study1.txt
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XY_full_study2.txt
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XY_study1.txt
metaCCA/inst/extdata/S_XY_study2.txt
metaCCA/man
metaCCA/man/N1.Rd metaCCA/man/N2.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XX_study1.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XX_study2.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XY_full_study1.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XY_full_study2.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XY_study1.Rd metaCCA/man/S_XY_study2.Rd metaCCA/man/estimateSyy.Rd metaCCA/man/metaCcaGp.Rd metaCCA/man/metaCcaPlusGp.Rd
metaCCA/vignettes
metaCCA/vignettes/metaCCA-concordance.tex
metaCCA/vignettes/metaCCA.Rnw

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