Integrating Multiple Modalities of High Throughput Assays Using Item Response Theory

Provides a systematic framework for integrating multiple modalities of assays profiled on the same set of samples. The goal is to identify genes that are altered in cancer either marginally or consistently across different assays. The heterogeneity among different platforms and different samples are automatically adjusted so that the overall alteration magnitude can be accurately inferred. See Tong and Coombes (2012) .


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install.packages("integIRTy")

1.0.5 by Kevin R. Coombes, 2 years ago


http://oompa.r-forge.r-project.org/


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


Authors: Pan Tong , Kevin R Coombes


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


Apache License (== 2.0) license


Imports mclust, MASS, abind

Depends on ltm, foreach, doParallel

Suggests KernSmooth


See at CRAN