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

These functions first standardize the input `SnpMatrix`

in the
same way as does the function `xxt`

. The standardized
matrix is then either pre-multiplied (`snp.pre.multiply`

) or
post-multiplied (`snp.post.multiply`

) by a general matrix. Allele
frequencies for standardizing the input SnpMatrix may be supplied
but, otherwise, are calculated from the input SnpMatrix

1 2 | ```
snp.pre.multiply(snps, mat, frequency=NULL, uncertain = FALSE)
snp.post.multiply(snps, mat, frequency=NULL, uncertain = FALSE)
``` |

`snps` |
An object of class |

`mat` |
A general (numeric) matrix |

`frequency` |
A numeric vector giving the allele (relative)
frequencies to be used for standardizing the columns of |

`uncertain` |
If |

The two matrices must be conformant, as with standard matrix multiplication. The main use envisaged for these functions is the calculation of factor loadings in principal component analyses of large scale SNP data, and the application of these loadings to other datasets. The use of externally supplied allele frequencies for standardizing the input SnpMatrix is required when applying loadings calculated from one dataset to a different dataset

The resulting matrix product

David Clayton [email protected]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 | ```
##--
##-- Calculate first two principal components and their loading, and verify
##--
# Make a SnpMatrix with a small number of rows
data(testdata)
small <- Autosomes[1:20,]
# Calculate the X.X-transpose matrix
xx <- xxt(small, correct.for.missing=FALSE)
# Calculate the first two principal components and corresponding eigenvalues
eigvv <- eigen(xx, symmetric=TRUE)
pc <- eigvv$vectors[,1:2]
ev <- eigvv$values[1:2]
# Calculate loadings for first two principal components
Dinv <- diag(1/sqrt(ev))
loadings <- snp.pre.multiply(small, Dinv %*% t(pc))
# Now apply loadings back to recalculate the principal components
pc.again <- snp.post.multiply(small, t(loadings) %*% Dinv)
print(cbind(pc, pc.again))
``` |

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