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The provided data corresponds to the VIP of both models to assess statistical significance (for more information please read https://bioconductor.org/packages/release/bioc/html/ropls.html). In addition, the p parameters for each variables as provided by ropls package is also reported as it allows to knows the change corresponds to an increase or decrease. Thus the p1+p2 values is important to select features induced in both OPLS-DA models.

The provided data corresponds to the VIP of both models to assess statistical significance (for more information please read https://bioconductor.org/packages/release/bioc/html/ropls.html). In addition, the p parameters for each variables, as provided by ropls package and used to create the SUS plot, is also reported as it allows to knows the change corresponds to an increase or decrease. Thus the p1+p2 values is important to select features induced in both OPLS-DA models.

The variables represented in pink in the SUS plot are those listed in the “result$featuresSelection” table. The parameters used for features selection can be modified within the function argument “lim.VIP”.

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