T-Rex Method

The T-Rex is a new data science framework to provide fast and robust solutions for large-scale high-dimensional settings. T-Rex stands for terminated-random experiments. T-Rex methods can be applied to diverse areas, such as, genomics, financial engineering, or signal processing. 

Our first developed T-Rex method is the T-Rex selector, which uses the T-LARS algorithm to perform fast variable selection in large-scale high-dimensional settings. The T-Rex selector provably controls the false discovery rate (FDR), i.e., the expected fraction of selected false positives among all selected variables, at the user-defined target level. In addition to controlling the FDR, it also achieves a high true positive rate (TPR), i.e., power, by maximizing the number of selected variables.

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