Bugs are always possible, I make my best to provide a new release averytime I found them. However I prefer to collect a few of them before submitting the new release to CRAN.

The github dev version can be found here https://github.com/livioivil/flip. Therefore, to get the very last (unofficial) version of flip just type

#install devtools, if you don't have it: install.packages("devtools")

A collaborative project on text mining, specially devoted to the italian language.

The library is the result of the work of many people,
Author: (associazionerospo.org) Dario Solari, Andrea Sciandra, Marco Rinaldo, Matteo Redaelli, Livio Finos, with the contribution of Marco Rinaldo, Maddalena Branca, Federico Ferraccioli.

It's a (small) collection of functions for Multiplicty Correction and Multiple Testing. Among others, you can find functions from some of my work

lsd.test() DESCRIPTION: It performs test on multivariate-multiple linear models (i.e. many predictors and predicted) with covariates (i.e. not under test). It also allows to deal with datasets having more dependent variables than observations (negative df).

See L. Finos (2011). A note on Left-Spherically Distributed Test with covariates, Statistics and Probabilty Letters, accepted.

step.adj() DESCRIPTION: This function corrects the false discoveries (weak familywise control) due to model selection. It works with models of class glm and selected with function step() of library stats.

See L. Finos, C. Brombin, L. Salmaso (2009). Adjusting stepwise p-values in generalized linear models. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods. Accepted.

and L. Finos, C. Brombin, L. Salmaso (2007). Adjusting p-values of a stepwise generalized linear model. MCP 2007 Vienna, Austria. July 8-11, 2007. slides

C. Brombin, L. Finos, R. Arboretti Giancristofaro (2007). How confident can you be in stepwise-glm findings? First IBS Channel Network meeting, Rolduc, May 8-11, 2007.

p.adjust.w() DESCRIPTION: Given a set of p-values, returns p-values adjusted using one of several (weighted) methods. It extends the method of p.adjust of library stats.

See L. Finos, L. Salmaso (2007). FDR- and FWE-controlling methods using data-driven weights. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 137,12, 3859-3870. ISSN: 0378-3758. See also the related research page

DESCRIPTION: A small tool for Social Network Analysis, dealing with ego-centric network measures, including Burt's effective size and aggregate constraint and an import code suitable for a large number of adjacency matrices.

DESCRIPTION: This library collects some procedures controlling the Generalized Familywise Error Rate: kfwe.ord ordinal, Lehamn and Romano, Guo and Romano (Single Step and Step Down) procedures.

DESCRIPTION: The global test is a locally most powerful test against potentially high-dimensional alternatives. This package implements this test for (generalized linear) regression models, and has several functions to facilitate the use of this test for gene set testing of GO and KEGG terms.

DESCRIPTION: MTHw perform Multiple Hypotheses Testing (FWE and FDR) procedures with weights as described in: Benjamini,Y., Hochberg,Y., 1997. Multiple hypotheses testing with weights. Scand. J. Statist. 24, 407-418.

The weights must usually be chosen a priori, on the basis of experimental hypotheses. Under some conditions, however, they can be chosen making use of information from the data (therefore a posteriori) while maintaining multiplicity control.

DESCRIPTION: NPClib is the acronyms of "NonParametric Combination library", the guiding principle underlying this software package. It is a library of MATLAB functions and it allows for a fully univariate and multivariate permutation-based inference. Most of the methods are formally stated in Pesarin, F. (2001) Multivariate Permutation Test with Application in Biostatistics. Wiley, New York. Other can be found in Pesarin and Salmaso (2010) Permutation Tests for Complex Data -Theory, Applications and Software, Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics