RFCCA: Random Forest with Canonical Correlation Analysis

Random Forest with Canonical Correlation Analysis (RFCCA) is a random forest method for estimating the canonical correlations between two sets of variables depending on the subject-related covariates. The trees are built with a splitting rule specifically designed to partition the data to maximize the canonical correlation heterogeneity between child nodes. The method is described in Alakus et al. (2020) <arXiv:2011.11555>. RFCCA uses 'randomForestSRC' package (Ishwaran and Kogalur, 2020) by freezing at the version 2.9.3. The custom splitting rule feature is utilised to apply the proposed splitting rule.

Package details

AuthorCansu Alakus [aut, cre], Denis Larocque [aut], Aurelie Labbe [aut], Hemant Ishwaran [ctb] (Author of included randomForestSRC codes), Udaya B. Kogalur [ctb] (Author of included randomForestSRC codes)
MaintainerCansu Alakus <cansu.alakus@hec.ca>
LicenseGPL (>= 3)
Version1.0.4
URL https://github.com/calakus/RFCCA
Package repositoryView on CRAN
Installation Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("RFCCA")

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RFCCA documentation built on Feb. 4, 2021, 1:06 a.m.