The package contains a collection of functions for left-censored missing data imputation. Left-censoring is a special case of missing not at random (MNAR) mechanism that generates non-responses in proteomics experiments. The package also contains functions to artificially generate peptide/protein expression data (log-transformed) as random draws from a multivariate Gaussian distribution as well as a function to generate missing data (both randomly and non-randomly). For comparison reasons, the package also contains several wrapper functions for the imputation of non-responses that are missing at random. * New functionality has been added: a hybrid method that allows the imputation of missing values in a more complex scenario where the missing data are both MAR and MNAR.
|Date of publication||2015-01-19 07:09:10|
|Maintainer||Cosmin Lazar <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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