Sparse learning is a technique in machine learning for feature selection and dimensionality reduction, to find a sparse set of the most relevant features. In any machine learning problem, there is a considerable amount of irrelevant information, and separating relevant information from the irrelevant information has been a topic of focus. In supervised learning like regression, the data consists of many features and only a subset of the features may be responsible for the result. Also, the features might require special structural requirements, which introduces additional complexity for feature selection. The sparse learning package, provides a set of algorithms for learning a sparse set of the most relevant features for both regression and classification problems. Structural dependencies among features which introduce additional requirements are also provided as part of the package. The features may be grouped together, and there may exist hierarchies and over- lapping groups among these, and there may be requirements for selecting the most relevant groups among them. In spite of getting sparse solutions, the solutions are not guaranteed to be robust. For the selection to be robust, there are certain techniques which provide theoretical justification of why certain features are selected. The stability selection, is a method for feature selection which allows the use of existing sparse learning methods to select the stable set of features for a given training sample. This is done by assigning probabilities for the features: by sub-sampling the training data and using a specific sparse learning technique to learn the relevant features, and repeating this a large number of times, and counting the probability as the number of times a feature is selected. Cross-validation which is used to determine the best parameter value over a range of values, further allows to select the best parameter value. This is done by selecting the parameter value which gives the maximum accuracy score. With such a combination of algorithms, with good convergence guarantees, stable feature selection properties and the inclusion of various structural dependencies among features, the sparse learning package will be a powerful tool for machine learning research. Modular structure, C implementation, ATLAS integration for fast linear algebraic subroutines, make it one of the best tool for a large sparse setting. The varied collection of algorithms, support for group sparsity, batch algorithms, are a few of the notable functionality of the SLEP package, and these features can be used in a variety of fields to infer relevant elements. The Alzheimer Disease(AD) is a neurodegenerative disease, which gradually leads to dementia. The SLEP package is used for feature selection for getting the most relevant biomarkers from the available AD dataset, and the results show that, indeed, only a subset of the features are required to gain valuable insights.