Aaditya Ramdas - Interactive multiple testing with STAR: selectively traversed accumulation rules for structured FDR control


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Ramdas Slides (click here)
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12 months ago by
Updated slides. 

File attached: STAR-PDF.pdf (2.59 MB)

 

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12 months ago by
I guess I had in mind a (related?) polynomial regression model with a heredity property of the truth, in that if a polynomial in covariate \(X_{j}\) of degree \(k\) is included in the model, then all polynomials of degree \(d<k\) are also included. Specifically, say \(X_{4}^{3}\) is a true active predictor, then \(X_{4}^{2}\) and \(X_{4}\) are also in the true active set.
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If you can get independent p-values for these, our STAR method is applicable. Otherwise, I have a different paper coming out soon on the first known (non-interactive) procedure for FDR control for DAGs, that can handle positive or arbitrary dependence between the p-values.
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12 months ago by
Thank you, Aaditya, for the great presentation.  If you are presenting this project to a more applied audience, I would recommend describing it as an automatic technique from the beginning (as you mentioned in the end).  Good luck on the job market!
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