The **R** package `RNAseqNet`

can be used to infer networks from RNA-seq
expression data. The count data are given as a $n \times p$ matrix in which $n$
is the number of individuals and $p$ the number of genes. This matrix is denoted
by $\mathbf{X}$ in the sequel.

Eventually, the RNA-seq dataset is complemented with an $n' \times d$ matrix,
$\mathbf{Y}$ which can be used to impute missing individuals in $\mathbf{X}$
as described in [Imbert *et al.*, 2018].

The RNAseqNet User's Guide can be opened with:

```
RNAseqNetUsersGuide()
```

The location of the source file is given by:

RNAseqNetUsersGuide(html = FALSE)

Imbert, A., Valsesia, A., Le Gall, C., Armenise, C., Lefebvre, G., Gourraud,
P.A., Viguerie, N. and Villa-Vialaneix, N. (2018) Multiple hot-deck imputation
for network inference from RNA sequencing data. *Bioinformatics*.
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btx819.

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sessionInfo()
```

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