MPAgenomics: an R package for multi-patient analysis of genomic markers

@inproceedings{Grimonprez2014MPAgenomicsAR,
  title={MPAgenomics: an R package for multi-patient analysis of genomic markers},
  author={Quentin Grimonprez and Alain Celisse and Samuel Blanck and Meyling Cheok and Martin Figeac and Guillemette Marot},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2014}
}
Last generations of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) arrays allow to study copy-number variations in addition to genotyping measures. MPAgenomics, standing for multi-patient analysis (MPA) of genomic markers, is an R-package devoted to: (i) efficient segmentation and (i i) selection of genomic markers from multi-patient copy number and SNP data profiles. It provides wrappers from commonly used packages to streamline their repeated (sometimes difficult) manipulation, offering an easy-to-use… CONTINUE READING
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