hierarchical-spectral-clustering VS differential

Compare hierarchical-spectral-clustering vs differential and see what are their differences.

hierarchical-spectral-clustering

Hierarchical spectral clustering of a graph. (by GregorySchwartz)

differential

Finds out whether an entity comes from different distributions (statuses). (by GregorySchwartz)
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hierarchical-spectral-clustering differential
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Haskell Haskell
GNU General Public License v3.0 only GNU General Public License v3.0 only
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hierarchical-spectral-clustering

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What are some alternatives?

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integreat - Integrate difference data sources and optionally perform differential integration.

EntrezHTTP - Haskell cabal libary for submission and result retrieval from the NCBI Entrez REST webservice

zsyntax - Automated theorem prover for a linear logic-based calculus for molecular biology.

heatitup-complete - Find and annotate ITDs with assembly or read pair joining using suffix trees and characterize the exogenous segments within the spacer using heat diffusion. A layer on top of heatitup for additional functionality such as working with BAM files directly.