Record added by Jurg Ott (the original Rockefeller list)
Step-Down MIN P-value
1.0 (December 2005)
SDMinP is an easy-to-use program for fast calculation of empirical and adjusted p-values for correlated and uncorrelated hypotheses in multiple testing experiments. It is based on the Free Step-Down Resampling Method for controlling the Family Wise Error Rate, originally proposed by Westfall and Young (1993), and implements a variation of the efficient algorithm of Ge et al. (2003), in which the originally necessary re-sampling effort was reduced considerably and the method made computationally more feasible. The program is independent of the underlying test statistic and works with provided observed and permutation test statistics.
Lars Beckmann (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
UNIX, Linux, MS-Windows
Obreiter, Fischer, Chang-Claude, Beckmann (2005), “SDMinP: a program to control the family wise error rate using step-down minP adjusted p-values”, Bioinformatics, 21(14):3183-3184.