Partial correlation with copula modeling
We propose a new partial correlation approach using Gaussian copula. Our empirical study found that the Gaussian copula partial correlation has the same value as that which is obtained by performing a Pearson's partial correlation. With the proposed method, based on canonical vine and d-vine, we captured direct interactions among eight histone genes.
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