Description Usage Arguments Details Value References

Given N articles, B of which are annotated to a given term, the chance that .b of these articles are annotated in a test set of size .n is equal to the hypergeometric tail function.

1 | ```
hgt(.b, N, B, .n)
``` |

`.b` |
Number of annotations in target group |

`N` |
Total number of articles |

`B` |
Total number of annotations |

`.n` |
Number of articles in target group |

P value is computed as in referenced article (GOrilla). Briefly, the P value is the sum from .b to the minimum of .n and B of .n choose i plus N-.n choose B - i all divided by N choose B.

P value of the hypergeometric distribution.

Eden, E., Navon, R., Steinfeld, I., Lipson, D., & Yakhini, Z. (2009). GOrilla: a tool for discovery and visualization of enriched GO terms in ranked gene lists. BMC Bioinformatics, 10(1), 1<e2><80><93>7. http://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2105-10-48

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