example.dat: Example Mutation Data (Build hg19)

Description Usage Format Details


An example simulated dataset in the input format used by BaySIC (MUT-style), consisting of observed somatic mutations for 200 subjects




A dataframe object with 9882 observations on 7 variables


BaySIC utilizes a MUT-style format for input into its functions, which is a M\times7 dataframe where M is the number of observed mutations, and has the following structure:

  • chrcharacter string; chromosome (e.g.,"chr#","chrX","chrY")

  • startinteger; start basepair position

  • endinteger; end basepair position

  • idcharacter string; subject identification

  • typecharacter string; type of somatic mutation (e.g., "SNV", "INDEL")

  • genecharacter string; corresponding gene of mutation

  • contextcharacter string; sequence context (trinucleotide motif) of point mutation (NA for INDEL)

BaySIC documentation built on May 19, 2017, 11:53 p.m.

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