DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.HybridMTest    

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Hybrid Multiple Testing

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Performs hybrid multiple testing that incorporates method selection and assumption evaluations into the analysis using empirical Bayes probability (EBP) estimates obtained by Grenander density estimation. For instance, for 3-group comparison analysis, Hybrid Multiple testing considers EBPs as weighted EBPs between F-test and H-test with EBPs from Shapiro Wilk test of normality as weigth. Instead of just using EBPs from F-test only or using H-test only, this methodology combines both types of EBPs through EBPs from Shapiro Wilk test of normality. This methodology uses then the law of total EBPs.

Author: Stan Pounds <stanley.pounds at stjude.org>, Demba Fofana <demba.fofana at stjude.org>

Maintainer: Demba Fofana <demba.fofana at stjude.org>

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