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WFMM | Wavelet-based functional mixed models


A Windows command-line application that implements a Bayesian wavelet-based functional mixed model methodology for functional data analysis. WFMM can be generally applied to any complex functional data sampled on a fine grid, not just methylation data, and so can be readily applied to other genome-wide data including copy number and tiling transcriptome arrays. The method is computationally intensive, but the software is optimized so that it can handle very large data sets.

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Wavelet-Based Functional Mixed Models
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  • Jeffrey Morris <>


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Department of Biostatistics, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, TX, USA

Funding source(s)

National Institutes of Health (R01ES017646, R01CA107304, R01CA160736, and R01CA178744); Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; the Maryland Cigarette Restitution Program Research Grant; National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (1R01ES015445); Heinz Family Foundation

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