5 packages on CRAN
This package provides a unified approach for Economic Design of Control Charts. The main purpose of this package is to find out the optimal parameters to minimize the ECH (Expected Cost per Hour) of the process.
Provides a general-purpose tool for dynamic report generation in R using Literate Programming techniques.
Provides functions for animations in statistics, covering topics in probability theory, mathematical statistics, multivariate statistics, non-parametric statistics, sampling survey, linear models, time series, computational statistics, data mining and machine learning. These functions may be helpful in teaching statistics and data analysis. Also provided in this package are a series of functions to save animations to various formats, e.g. Flash, 'GIF', HTML pages, 'PDF' and videos. 'PDF' animations can be inserted into 'Sweave' / 'knitr' easily.
Some procedures including EIGENSTRAT (a procedure for detecting and correcting for population stratification through searching for the eigenvectors in genetic association studies), PCoC (a procedure for correcting for population stratification through calculating the principal coordinates and the clustering of the subjects), Tracy-Widom test (a procedure for detecting the significant eigenvalues of a matrix), distance regression (a procedure for detecting the association between a distance matrix and some independent variants of interest), single-marker test (a procedure for identifying the association between the genotype at a biallelic marker and a trait using the Wald test or the Fisher's exact test), MAX3 (a procedure for testing for the association between a single nucleotide polymorphism and a binary phenotype using the maximum value of the three test statistics derived for the recessive, additive, and dominant models), nonparametric trend test (a procedure for testing for the association between a genetic variant and a non-normal distributed quantitative trait based on the nonparametric risk), and nonparametric MAX3 (a procedure for testing for the association between a biallelic single nucleotide polymorphism and a quantitative trait using the maximum value of the three nonparametric trend tests derived for the recessive, additive, and dominant models), which are commonly used in genetic association studies.
An implementation for association analysis with CNV data in R. It provides two methods for association study: first, the observed probe intensity measurement can be directly used to detect the association of CNV with phenotypes of interest. Second, the most probable copy number is estimated with the proposed likelihood and the association of the most probable copy number with phenotype is tested. This method can be applied to both the independent and correlated population.