fcros: A Method to Search for Differentially Expressed Genes and to Detect Recurrent Chromosomal Copy Number Aberrations

A fold change rank based method is presented to search for genes with changing expression and to detect recurrent chromosomal copy number aberrations. This method may be useful for high-throughput biological data (micro-array, sequencing, ...). Probabilities are associated with genes or probes in the data set and there is no problem of multiple tests when using this method. For array-based comparative genomic hybridization data, segmentation results are obtained by merging the significant probes detected.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("fcros")
AuthorDoulaye Dembele
Date of publication2017-04-14 14:03:46 UTC
MaintainerDoulaye Dembele <doulaye@igbmc.fr>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version1.5.4

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Files

src
src/fcros.c
src/fcros.h
src/init.c
NAMESPACE
data
data/cghInfo.rda
data/cghData.rda
data/datalist
data/fdata.rda
R
R/pfco.R R/moyStdCalc.R R/tprobaCalc.R R/fcros2.R R/fcros.R R/fcrosWrite.R R/voomReads.R R/histoPlot.R R/dataSummary.R R/chrPlot.R R/fcrosMod.R R/pvalVolcanoPlot.R R/fcrosTtest.R R/fcrosRead.R R/fcrosFCmat.R R/chrMerge.R R/fvalTopN.R R/chrPlot2.R R/chrSegment.R R/fcrosTopN.R R/rmatCalc.R R/fc2Calc.R R/pfcoMod.R R/pvalTopN.R R/fvalVolcanoPlot.R R/rmatTrim.R
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DESCRIPTION
man
man/fcros.Rd
man/fvalTopN.rd
man/chrMerge.rd
man/tprobaCalc.rd
man/cghInfo.Rd
man/dataSummary.rd
man/fcrosWrite.Rd
man/pvalTopN.rd
man/fcrosFCmat.Rd
man/fvalVolcanoPlot.rd
man/pvalVolcanoPlot.rd
man/fcrosTtest.Rd
man/chrPlot.rd
man/pfcoMod.rd
man/voomReads.rd
man/fcros-package.Rd
man/chrPlot2.rd
man/rmatTrim.rd
man/moyStdCalc.rd
man/fcrosRead.Rd man/fcros2.Rd
man/histoPlot.rd
man/fc2Calc.rd
man/fcrosTopN.Rd
man/pfco.rd
man/cghData.Rd man/fdata.Rd
man/chrSegment.rd
man/fcrosMod.Rd
man/rmatCalc.rd

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