NormalGamma: Normal-gamma convolution model
Version 1.1

The functions proposed in this package compute the density of the sum of a Gaussian and a gamma random variables, estimate the parameters and correct the noise effect in a gamma-signal and Gaussian-noise model. This package has been used to implement the background correction method for Illumina microarray data presented in Plancade S., Rozenholc Y. and Lund E. "Generalization of the normal-exponential model : exploration of a more accurate parameterization for the signal distribution on Illumina BeadArrays", BMC Bioinfo 2012, 13(329).

AuthorS. Plancade and Y. Rozenholc
Date of publication2013-10-16 16:46:36
MaintainerSandra Plancade <Sandra.Plancade@jouy.inra.fr>
LicenseGPL-2
Version1.1
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("NormalGamma")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

dnormgam: Normal-gamma density
Intensities: Regular and Negative probes from one Illumina microarray
NormalGamma-package: Background correction using the normal+gamma model
normgam.fit: Normal-gamma Maximum Likelihood Estimator
normgam.signal: Normal-gamma background correction
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

dnormgam: Normal-gamma density
Intensities: Regular and Negative probes from one Illumina microarray
NormalGamma-package: Background correction using the normal+gamma model
normgam.fit: Normal-gamma Maximum Likelihood Estimator
normgam.signal: Normal-gamma background correction

Functions

Intensities Man page
NormalGamma Man page
NormalGamma-package Man page
dnormgam Man page Source code
normgam.fit Man page Source code
normgam.signal Man page Source code

Files

NAMESPACE
data
data/RegNegIntensities_Example.RData
R
R/Normgamma_fcts-package-updated.R
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/normgam.fit.Rd
man/dnormgam.Rd
man/normgam.signal.Rd
man/Intensities.Rd
man/NormalGamma-package.Rd
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