Analysis of Interactions

The tools in this package are intended to help researchers assess multiple treatment-covariate interactions with data from a parallel-group randomized controlled clinical trial.


News

NEWS file for R project ANOINT

Version 1.1

The package formerly named mim has been renamed ANOINT for analysis of interactions.

Version 1.1 has packaged the methods from the previous versions into a class anoint and anoint.fit. The anoint class holds the information about the model fit formula, candidate treatment-response factor (interaction terms), and the results of the selection procedure, if requested. The anoint.fit class performs all of the ANOINT methods (one-by-one, unrestricted interaction model, and proportional interaction) and provides methods to inspect and summary their results.

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Version 1.2

Included seeding in vignette.

Corrected error in additional intercept in select.glmnet. Added stepAIC selection and changed select argument to taking character specifying type of selection method.

Added na.action to anoint.

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Version 1.3

Added pim.subsets function.

Revised forestplot labels and handling of factors.

Added forest.subsets for plotting best subsets.

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Version 1.4

Removed old vignette

Reference manual

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install.packages("anoint")

1.4 by Stephanie Kovalchik, 4 years ago


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/anoint


Authors: Ravi Varadhan <[email protected]> and Stephanie Kovalchik


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL (>= 2) license


Imports methods, glmnet

Depends on stats, survival, MASS, graphics, grid


See at CRAN