Iteratively Adjusted Surrogate Variable Analysis (IA-SVA)
Iteratively Adjusted Surrogate Variable Analysis (IA-SVA) is a statistical framework to uncover hidden sources of variation even when these sources are correlated with the biological variable of interest. IA-SVA provides a flexible methodology to i) identify a hidden factor for unwanted heterogeneity while adjusting for all known factors; ii) test the significance of the putative hidden factor for explaining the variation in the data; and iii), if significant, use the estimated factor as an additional known factor in the next iteration to uncover further hidden factors.
Our work has been published in Scientific Reports: Detection of correlated hidden factors from single cell transcriptomes using Iteratively Adjusted-SVA (IA-SVA) Donghyung Lee, Anthony Cheng, Nathan Lawlor, Mohan Bolisetty, Duygu Ucar
To install IA-SVA package, start R and enter the following commands:
Load the package
To load this package, enter the following command to the R console:
IA-SVA is also available for download from Bioconductor (link to development version here)
To install and load the package, please enter the following into the R console:
if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) install.packages("BiocManager") BiocManager::install("iasva", version = "devel") library(iasva)
For instructions on how to use IA-SVA, please see the package vignette.
For additional tutorials, please click Quick View for any of the four examples below to view in a web browser.
R Shiny Web Application
An interactive web version of IA-SVA is publicly hosted on shinyapps.io here
The github page for this application is available here
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