[BioC] Storey and Tibshirani FDR

alex lam (RI) alex.lam at bbsrc.ac.uk
Wed Jan 30 11:57:48 CET 2008

Hi Daniel, 

Storey's group released a package in CRAN called qvalue. 


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Subject: [BioC] Storey and Tibshirani FDR

I am trying to recreate some results from an external microarray dataset
and they use Storey and Tibshirani's False Discovery Rate for multiple
testing correction.  Is this implemented in Bioconductor at all?  Having
a quick glance at the paper it looks like it is related to Benjamin
Hochberg but not quite the same.


Daniel Brewer, Ph.D.

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