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Uses a kernel smoothing approach to calculate Mutual Information for comparisons between all types of variables including continuous vs continuous, continuous vs discrete and discrete vs discrete. Uses a nonparametric bias correction giving Bias Corrected Mutual Information (BCMI). Implemented efficiently in Fortran 95 with OpenMP and suited to large genomic datasets.
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Author  Chris Pardy 
Date of publication  20131105 03:38:02 
Maintainer  Chris Pardy <cpardy@unsw.edu.au> 
License  GPL3 
Version  0.4 
URL  http://rforge.rproject.org/projects/mpmi/ 
Package repository  View on RForge 
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