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A bioconductor package for high-dimensional exploration of biological network heterogeneity

Bioconductor version: 3.1

Package nethet is an implementation of statistical solid methodology enabling the analysis of network heterogeneity from high-dimensional data. It combines several implementations of recent statistical innovations useful for estimation and comparison of networks in a heterogeneous, high-dimensional setting. In particular, we provide code for formal two-sample testing in Gaussian graphical models (differential network and GGM-GSA; Stadler and Mukherjee, 2013, 2014) and make a novel network-based clustering algorithm available (mixed graphical lasso, Stadler and Mukherjee, 2013).

Author: Nicolas Staedler, Frank Dondelinger

Maintainer: Nicolas Staedler <staedler.n at>, Frank Dondelinger < at>

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biocViews Clustering, GraphAndNetwork, Software
Version 1.0.1
In Bioconductor since BioC 3.1 (R-3.2) (< 6 months)
License GPL-2
Imports glasso, mvtnorm, parcor, GeneNet, huge, CompQuadForm, ggm, mclust, parallel, GSA, limma, multtest, ICSNP, glmnet, network, ggplot2
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