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stepR - an R package for change-point inference

Authors: T. Hotz and H. Sieling

 

This package includes an implementation of the change-point methods described in the work of

 

K. Frick, A. Munk and H. Sieling (2013),

Multiscale change-point inference,

Journal of the Royal Statist. Society, Ser. B, with discussion and a rejoinder by the authors,

 

T. Hotz, O. Schuette, H. Sieling, T. Polupanow, U. Diederichsen, C. Steinem and A. Munk (2013),

Idealizing Ion Channel Recordings by a Jump Segmentation Multiresolution Filter,

IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience

 

and

 

 

A. Futschik, T. Hotz, A. Munk, H. Sieling (2014),

Multiscale DNA partitioning: statistical evidence for segments,

Bioinformatics.

 

 
The package is available on CRAN:
http://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/stepR/