penalized: Penalized regression

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Note Author(s) References See Also Examples

Description

Fitting generalized linear models with L1 (lasso and fused lasso) and/or L2 (ridge) penalties, or a combination of the two.

Usage

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penalized (response, penalized, unpenalized, lambda1=0, 
  lambda2=0, positive = FALSE, data, fusedl=FALSE,
  model = c("cox", "logistic", "linear", "poisson"), 
  startbeta, startgamma, steps =1, epsilon = 1e-10, 
  maxiter, standardize = FALSE, trace = TRUE)

Arguments

response

The response variable (vector). This should be a numeric vector for linear regression, a Surv object for Cox regression and factor or a vector of 0/1 values for logistic regression.

penalized

The penalized covariates. These may be specified either as a matrix or as a (one-sided) formula object. See also under data.

unpenalized

Additional unpenalized covariates. Specified as under penalized. Note that an unpenalized intercept is included in the model by default (except in the Cox model). This can be suppressed by specifying unpenalized = ~0.

lambda1, lambda2

The tuning parameters for L1 and L2 penalization. Each must be either a single positive numbers or a vector with length equal to the number of covariates in penalized argument. In the latter case, each covariate is given its own penalty weight.

positive

If TRUE, constrains the estimated regression coefficients of all penalized covariates to be non-negative. If a logical vector with the length of the number of covariates in penalized, constrains the estimated regression coefficients of a subset of the penalized covariates to be non-negative.

data

A data.frame used to evaluate response, and the terms of penalized or unpenalized when these have been specified as a formula object.

fusedl

If TRUE or a vector, the penalization method used is fused lasso. The value for lambda1 is used as the tuning parameter for L1 penalization on the coefficients and the value for lambda2 is used as the tuning parameter for L1 penalization on the differences of the coefficients. Default value is FALSE.

model

The model to be used. If missing, the model will be guessed from the response input.

startbeta

Starting values for the regression coefficients of the penalized covariates.

startgamma

Starting values for the regression coefficients of the unpenalized covariates.

steps

If greater than 1, the algorithm will fit the model for a range of steps lambda1-values, starting from the maximal value down to the value of lambda1 specified. This is useful for making plots as in plotpath. With steps = "Park" it is possible to choose the steps in such a way that they are at the approximate value at which the active set changes, following Park and Haste (2007).

epsilon

The convergence criterion. As in glm. Convergence is judged separately on the likelihood and on the penalty.

maxiter

The maximum number of iterations allowed. Set by default at 25 when only an L2 penalty is present, infinite otherwise.

standardize

If TRUE, standardizes all penalized covariates to unit central L2-norm before applying penalization.

trace

If TRUE, prints progress information. Note that setting trace=TRUE may slow down the algorithm up to 30 percent (but it often feels quicker)

Details

The penalized function fits regression models for a given combination of L1 and L2 penalty parameters.

Value

penalized returns a penfit object when steps = 1 or a list of such objects if steps > 1.

Note

The response argument of the function also accepts formula input as in lm and related functions. In that case, the right hand side of the response formula is used as the penalized argument or, if that is already given, as the unpenalized argument. For example, the input penalized(y~x) is equivalent to penalized(y, ~x) and penalized(y~x, ~z) to penalized(y, ~z, ~x).

In case of tied survival times, the function uses Breslow's version of the partial likelihood.

Author(s)

Jelle Goeman: [email protected]

References

Goeman J.J. (2010). L-1 Penalized Estimation in the Cox Proportional Hazards Model. Biometrical Journal 52 (1) 70-84.

See Also

penfit for the penfit object returned, plotpath for plotting the solution path, and cvl for cross-validation and optimizing the tuning parameters.

Examples

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# More examples in the package vignette:
#  type vignette("penalized")

data(nki70)

# A single lasso fit predicting survival
pen <- penalized(Surv(time, event), penalized = nki70[,8:77],
    unpenalized = ~ER+Age+Diam+N+Grade, data = nki70, lambda1 = 10)
show(pen)
coefficients(pen)
coefficients(pen, "penalized")
basehaz(pen)

# A single lasso fit using the clinical risk factors
pen <- penalized(Surv(time, event), penalized = ~ER+Age+Diam+N+Grade,
    data = nki70, lambda1=10, standardize=TRUE)

# using steps
pen <- penalized(Surv(time, event), penalized = nki70[,8:77],
    data = nki70, lambda1 = 1,steps = 20)
plotpath(pen)


# A fused lasso fit predicting survival
pen <- penalized(Surv(time, event), penalized = nki70[,8:77], data = nki70, 
     lambda1 = 1, lambda2 = 2, fusedl = TRUE)
plot(coefficients(pen, "all"),type="l",xlab = "probes",ylab = "coefficient value")
plot(predict(pen,penalized=nki70[,8:77]))
 

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