# Robert Gentleman

#### 9 packages on CRAN

#### 16 packages on Bioconductor

Functions and datasets and examples to accompany the monograph R For Bioinformatics.

Perform Bayesian variable selection for high-dimensional nonlinear systems and also can be used to test nonlinearity for a general regression problem. The computation can be accelerated using multiple CPUs. You can refer to <doi:10.1080/01621459.2017.1409122> for more detail.

Contains several plotting functions such as barplots, scatterplots, heatmaps, as well as functions to combine plots and assist in the creation of these plots. These functions will give users great ease of use and customization options in broad use for biomedical applications, as well as general purpose plotting. Each of the functions also provides valid default settings to make plotting data more efficient and producing high quality plots with standard colour schemes simpler. All functions within this package are capable of producing plots that are of the quality to be presented in scientific publications and journals.

Provides fast methods to work with Merton's distance to default model introduced in Merton (1974) <doi:10.1111/j.1540-6261.1974.tb03058.x>. The methods includes simulation and estimation of the parameters.

An implementation of maximum entropy sampling for spatial data is provided. An exact branch-and-bound algorithm as well as greedy and dual greedy heuristics are included.

The exponential integrals E_1(x), E_2(x), E_n(x) and Ei(x), and the incomplete gamma function G(a, x) defined for negative values of its first argument. The package also gives easy access to the underlying C routines through an API; see the package vignette for details. A test package included in sub-directory example_API provides an implementation. C routines derived from the GNU Scientific Library <https://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/>.

Various R programming tools for plotting data, including: - calculating and plotting locally smoothed summary function as ('bandplot', 'wapply'), - enhanced versions of standard plots ('barplot2', 'boxplot2', 'heatmap.2', 'smartlegend'), - manipulating colors ('col2hex', 'colorpanel', 'redgreen', 'greenred', 'bluered', 'redblue', 'rich.colors'), - calculating and plotting two-dimensional data summaries ('ci2d', 'hist2d'), - enhanced regression diagnostic plots ('lmplot2', 'residplot'), - formula-enabled interface to 'stats::lowess' function ('lowess'), - displaying textual data in plots ('textplot', 'sinkplot'), - plotting a matrix where each cell contains a dot whose size reflects the relative magnitude of the elements ('balloonplot'), - plotting "Venn" diagrams ('venn'), - displaying Open-Office style plots ('ooplot'), - plotting multiple data on same region, with separate axes ('overplot'), - plotting means and confidence intervals ('plotCI', 'plotmeans'), - spacing points in an x-y plot so they don't overlap ('space').

Package for parsing Affymetrix files (CDF, CEL, CHP, BPMAP, BAR). It provides methods for fast and memory efficient parsing of Affymetrix files using the Affymetrix' Fusion SDK. Both ASCII- and binary-based files are supported. Currently, there are methods for reading chip definition file (CDF) and a cell intensity file (CEL). These files can be read either in full or in part. For example, probe signals from a few probesets can be extracted very quickly from a set of CEL files into a convenient list structure.

This package provides an interface to Affymetrix chip annotation and sample attribute files. The package allows an easy way for users to download and manage local data bases of Affynmetrix NetAffx annotation files. The package also provides access to GeneChip Operating System (GCOS) and GeneChip Command Console (AGCC)-compatible sample annotation files.

This package creates a QC report for an AffyBatch object. The report is intended to allow the user to quickly assess the quality of a set of arrays in an AffyBatch object.

This package provides examples and code that make use of the different graph related packages produced by Bioconductor.

This package provides classes and methods to support Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA).

Models and methods for fitting linear models to gene expression data, together with tools for computing and using various regression diagnostics.

A package that implements some simple capabilities for representing and manipulating hypergraphs.

High-performing functions operating on rows and columns of matrices, e.g. col / rowMedians(), col / rowRanks(), and col / rowSds(). Functions optimized per data type and for subsetted calculations such that both memory usage and processing time is minimized. There are also optimized vector-based methods, e.g. binMeans(), madDiff() and weightedMedian().

Functions to generate plots and tables for comparing independently- sampled populations. Companion package to "A Primer on Visualizations for Comparing Populations, Including the Issue of Overlapping Confidence Intervals" by Wright, Klein, and Wieczorek (2019) <DOI:10.1080/00031305.2017.1392359> and "A Joint Confidence Region for an Overall Ranking of Populations" by Klein, Wright, and Wieczorek (2020, in press).

Facilities for running simulations from ordinary differential equation (ODE) models, such as pharmacometrics and other compartmental models. A compilation manager translates the ODE model into C, compiles it, and dynamically loads the object code into R for improved computational efficiency. An event table object facilitates the specification of complex dosing regimens (optional) and sampling schedules. NB: The use of this package requires both C and Fortran compilers, for details on their use with R please see Section 6.3, Appendix A, and Appendix D in the "R Administration and Installation" manual. Also the code is mostly released under GPL. The VODE and LSODA are in the public domain. The information is available in the inst/COPYRIGHTS.

This package provides uniform interfaces to machine learning code for data in R and Bioconductor containers.

Tools to integrate, annotate, and link phenotypes to cellular organizational units such as protein complexes and pathways.

Interfaces R with the AT and T graphviz library for plotting R graph objects from the graph package.

Extensible framework for interacting with multiple genome browsers (currently UCSC built-in) and manipulating annotation tracks in various formats (currently GFF, BED, bedGraph, BED15, WIG, BigWig and 2bit built-in). The user may export/import tracks to/from the supported browsers, as well as query and modify the browser state, such as the current viewport.