minPtest: Gene region-level testing procedure for SNP data, using the min P test resampling approach
Version 1.7

Package minPtest is designed for estimating a gene region-level summary for SNP data from case-control studies using a permutation-based resampling method, called min P test, allowing execution on a compute cluster or multicore computer.

AuthorStefanie Hieke
Date of publication2013-12-19 19:05:00
MaintainerStefanie Hieke <hieke@imbi.uni-freiburg.de>
LicenseGPL (>= 2.14)
Version1.7
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("minPtest")

Popular man pages

generateSNPs: Simulation of SNP data
minPtest: A gene region-level testing procedure for each candidate gene...
plot.minPtest: Plot method for "minPtest" object
summary.minPtest: Summary method for a "minPtest" object
See all...

All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

generateSNPs: Simulation of SNP data
minPtest: A gene region-level testing procedure for each candidate gene...
plot.minPtest: Plot method for "minPtest" object
summary.minPtest: Summary method for a "minPtest" object

Functions

generateSNPs Man page Source code
minPtest Man page Source code
plot.minPtest Man page Source code
print.generateSNPs Man page Source code
print.minPtest Man page Source code
print.summary.minPtest Man page Source code
summary.minPtest Man page Source code

Files

inst
inst/doc
inst/doc/vignette.Snw
inst/doc/vignette.pdf
NAMESPACE
R
R/summary.minPtest.R
R/plot.minPtest.R
R/generateSNPs.R
R/minPtest.R
vignettes
vignettes/vignette.Snw
vignettes/plots
vignettes/plots/plot_minPtest2_object2.pdf
vignettes/plots/plot_minPtest1_object1.pdf
MD5
build
build/vignette.rds
DESCRIPTION
man
man/summary.minPtest.Rd
man/generateSNPs.Rd
man/minPtest.Rd
man/plot.minPtest.Rd
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