Selection of candidate genes is an important step in the exploration of complex genetic architecture. However, it can cause misleading results if not validated properly. The CandidateBacon package is a simple tool that provides such validation and ensures that proposed interaction networks are not statistical artifacts.
|Author||R.M. Nelson & M.E. Pettersson|
|Date of publication||2014-03-14 13:55:55|
|Maintainer||Ronald Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
degree_of_separation: Calculate the average degree of separation for a network
draw_network: Generate a ".gv" figure of the shortest path in a network
find_path: Find the shortest route between two nodes in a network
import_network: Import network data for CandidateBacon package
multi_gene_paths: Find the average degree of separation for a set of nodes...
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