BinQuasi (0.1-6)

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Analyzing Replicated ChIP Sequencing Data Using Quasi-Likelihood.

https://github.com/emilygoren/BinQuasi
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/BinQuasi

Identify peaks in ChIP-seq data with biological replicates using a one-sided quasi-likelihood ratio test in quasi-Poisson or quasi-negative binomial models.

Maintainer: Emily Goren
Author(s): Emily Goren [aut, cre], Steve Lund [aut] (The author of the QuasiSeq package, from which all functions were modified to produce this package.), Long Qu [aut] (The author of the QuasiSeq package, from which all functions were modified to produce this package.), Ian Marschner [aut] (The author of glm2::glm.fit2, which was modified slightly leading to glm.fit3 in this package.), Daniel Gerhard [aut] (The author of mcprofile::orglm.fit, which was modified slightly and used under the same name in this package.), R Core Team [aut] (The author of stats::glm.fit, which was modified slightly leading to glm.fit3 in this package.)

License: GPL (>= 2)

Uses: mgcv, pracma, quadprog, RMySQL, nleqslv, knitr, rmarkdown

Released 3 months ago.


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