cumSeg: Change point detection in genomic sequences
Version 1.1

Estimation of number and location of change points in mean-shift (piecewise constant) models. Particularly useful to model genomic sequences of continuous measurements.

AuthorVito M.R. Muggeo
Date of publication2012-10-29 08:58:30
MaintainerVito M.R. Muggeo <vito.muggeo@unipa.it>
LicenseGPL
Version1.1
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("cumSeg")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

cumSeg-package: Change point detection and estimation in genomic sequences
fibroblast: Fibroblast Cell Line dataset
fit.control: Auxiliary function for controlling model fitting
jumpoints: Change point estimation in piecewise constant models
plot.aCGHsegmented: Plot method for the class 'aCGHsegmented'
sel.control: Auxiliary function for controlling model selection
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All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

cumSeg-package: Change point detection and estimation in genomic sequences
fibroblast: Fibroblast Cell Line dataset
fit.control: Auxiliary function for controlling model fitting
jumpoints: Change point estimation in piecewise constant models
plot.aCGHsegmented: Plot method for the class 'aCGHsegmented'
sel.control: Auxiliary function for controlling model selection

Functions

cumSeg Man page
cumSeg-package Man page
fibroblast Man page
fit.control Man page Source code
jumpoints Man page Source code
plot.aCGHsegmented Man page Source code
sel.control Man page Source code

Files

data
data/fibroblast.rda
NAMESPACE
man
man/fit.control.Rd
man/plot.aCGHsegmented.Rd
man/fibroblast.Rd
man/cumSeg-package.Rd
man/jumpoints.Rd
man/sel.control.Rd
DESCRIPTION
MD5
R
R/sel.control.R
R/plot.aCGHsegmented.R
R/jumpoints.R
R/fit.control.R
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