gslcca: Generalized Semi-Linear Canonical Correlation Analysis
Version 0.1-0

This is a package for Generalized Semi-linear Canonical Correlation Analysis (GSLCCA, described in Brain et al, 2011). GSLCCA estimates the parameters of a given nonlinear model to maximize the correlation with a linear combination of multiple response variables. This method was developed to characterize EEG power spectra under different treatment regimens in research and development projects at Pfizer.

AuthorFoteini Strimenopoulou, Heather Turner and Phil Brain
Date of publication2011-09-30 10:36:55
MaintainerHeather Turner <ht@heatherturner.net>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.1-0
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("gslcca", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

bandSpectra: Average Spectra within Frequency Bands
clonidine: EEG Experiment Investigating the Effect of Clonidine in Rats
gslcca-misc: Functions to Access Components of the Results of a GSLCCA...
gslcca-package: Generalised Semi-Linear Canonical Correlation Analysis
plot.gslcca: Plot Results from a GSLCCA Analysis
readSpectra: Read in Power Spectra and Auxiliary Information
snapshot: Perform Snapshot Analysis Comparing Two Sets of Signatures...
See all...

All man pages Function index File listing

Man pages

bandSpectra: Average Spectra within Frequency Bands
clonidine: EEG Experiment Investigating the Effect of Clonidine in Rats
gslcca: Perform a Generalised Semi Linear Canonical Correlation...
gslcca-misc: Functions to Access Components of the Results of a GSLCCA...
gslcca-package: Generalised Semi-Linear Canonical Correlation Analysis
plot.gslcca: Plot Results from a GSLCCA Analysis
plot.varySmooth: Plot Results from GSLCCA Run with Different Smoothing...
readSpectra: Read in Power Spectra and Auxiliary Information
snapshot: Perform Snapshot Analysis Comparing Two Sets of Signatures...
varySmooth: Vary the Level of Smoothing used Prior to GSLCCA

Functions

bandSpectra Man page Source code
clonidine Man page
fitted.gslcca Man page Source code
gslcca Man page Source code
gslcca-package Man page
plot.gslcca Man page Source code
plot.snapshot Man page Source code
plot.varySmooth Man page Source code
print.gslcca Source code
print.summary.gslcca Source code
readSpectra Man page Source code
signatures Man page Source code
snapshot Man page Source code
summary.gslcca Source code
varySmooth Man page Source code

Files

data
data/clonidine.RData
R
R/print.gslcca.R
R/plot.snapshot.R
R/varySmooth.R
R/summary.gslcca.R
R/plot.varySmooth.R
R/gslcca-misc.R
R/print.summary.gslcca.R
R/readSpectra.R
R/snapshot.R
R/plot.gslcca.R
R/bandSpectra.R
R/gslcca.R
NAMESPACE
tests
tests/CCA_comparison.R
inst
inst/CITATION
inst/doc
inst/doc/GSLCCA_Tutorial.pdf
inst/doc/SweaveColor.sty
inst/doc/snapshot_compact.pdf
inst/doc/GSLCCA_Tutorial.Rnw
inst/doc/snapshot_multiplot.pdf
DESCRIPTION
man
man/gslcca-misc.Rd
man/readSpectra.Rd
man/varySmooth.Rd
man/gslcca-package.Rd
man/plot.varySmooth.Rd
man/clonidine.Rd
man/plot.gslcca.Rd
man/snapshot.Rd
man/bandSpectra.Rd
man/gslcca.Rd
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