We report an information-theoretic method which learns a large class of causal or non-causal graphical models from purely observational data, while including the effects of unobserved latent variables, commonly found in many datasets. Starting from a complete graph, the method iteratively removes dispensable edges, by uncovering significant information contributions from indirect paths, and assesses edge-specific confidences from randomization of available data. The remaining edges are then oriented based on the signature of causality in observational data. This approach can be applied on a wide range of datasets and provide new biological insights on regulatory networks from single cell expression data, genomic alterations during tumor development and co-evolving residues in protein structures. For more information you can refer to: Verny et al. Plos Comput Biol. (2017)
|Author||Nadir Sella [aut, cre], Louis Verny [aut], Severine Affeldt [aut], Hervé Isambert [aut]|
|Date of publication||2018-02-02 14:29:57 UTC|
|Maintainer||Nadir Sella <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL (>= 2)|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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