Clinical and Pharmacogenomic Data Mining. 1. Generalized Theory of Expected Information and Application to the Development of Tools

New scientific problems, arising from the human genome project, are challenging the classical means of using statistics. Yet quantified knowledge in the form of rules and rule strengths based on real relationships in data, as opposed to expert opinion, is urgently required for researcher and physician decision support. The problem is that with many parameters, the space to be analyzed is highly dimensional.

By: Barry Robson

Published in: Journal of Proteome Research, volume 2, (no 3), pages 283-302 in 2003

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