Question: lower.limits and upper.limits in glmnet

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Yue Li •

**370**wrote:Dear List,
A quick question about using the glmnet package (which I know is not a
BioC package ... apologies):
Would the options "upper.limits" and "lower.limits" in glmnet be
equivalent to an additionally constrained optimization on the range of
the coefficients?
For instance, would setting upper.limits to 0 be equivalent to a non-
positive least squared linear regression (regularized)?
Any helps are greatly appreciated!
Many thanks,
Yue