GeneNet: Modeling and Inferring Gene Networks. GeneNet is a package for analyzing gene expression (time series) data with focus on the inference of gene networks. In particular, GeneNet implements the methods of Schaefer and Strimmer (2005a,b,c) and Opgen-Rhein and Strimmer (2006, 2007) for learning large-scale gene association networks (including assignment of putative directions).
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