pamr.adaptthresh

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A function to adaptive choose threshold scales, for use in pamr.train

A function to adaptive choose threshold scales, for use in pamr.train

Usage
pamr.adaptthresh(object, ntries = 10, reduction.factor = 0.9, full.out = FALSE)
Arguments
object

The result of a call to pamr.train

ntries

Number of iterations to use in algorithm

reduction.factor

Amount by which a scaling is reduced in one step of the algorithm

full.out

Should full output be returned? Default FALSE

Details

pamr.adaptthresh Adaptively searches for set of good threshold scales. The baseline (default) scale is 1 for each class. The idea is that for easy to classify classes, the threshold scale can be increased without increasing the error rate for that class, and resulting in fewer genes needed for the classification rule. The scalings from pamr.adaptthresh are then used in pamr.train, and pamr.cv. The results may be better than those obtained with the default values of threshold.scale.

References

Robert Tibshirani, Trevor Hastie, Balasubramanian Narasimhan, and Gilbert Chu. "Diagnosis of multiple cancer types by shrunken centroids of gene expression" PNAS 2002 99:6567-6572 (May 14).

Robert Tibshirani, Trevor Hastie, Balasubramanian Narasimhan, and Gilbert Chu (2002). Class prediction by nearest shrunken centroids,with applications to DNA microarrays. Stanford tech report.

Aliases
  • pamr.adaptthresh
Examples
# NOT RUN {
suppressWarnings(RNGversion("3.5.0"))
set.seed(120)
x <- matrix(rnorm(1000*20),ncol=20)
y <- sample(c(1:4),size=20,replace=TRUE)
mydata <- list(x=x,y=y)
mytrain <-   pamr.train(mydata)
new.scales <- pamr.adaptthresh(mytrain)

 
mytrain2 <- pamr.train(mydata, threshold.scale=new.scales)

myresults2 <- pamr.cv(mytrain2, mydata)

# }
Documentation reproduced from package pamr, version 1.56.1, License: GPL-2

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