Small data: practical modeling issues in human-model -omic data
AuthorHolsbø, Einar Jakobsen
This thesis is based on the following articles:
Chapter 2: Holsbø, E., Perduca, V., Bongo, L.A., Lund, E. & Birmelé, E. (Manuscript). Stratified time-course gene preselection shows a pre-diagnostic transcriptomic signal for metastasis in blood cells: a proof of concept from the NOWAC study. Available at https://doi.org/10.1101/141325.
Chapter 3: Bøvelstad, H.M., Holsbø, E., Bongo, L.A. & Lund, E. (Manuscript). A Standard Operating Procedure For Outlier Removal In Large-Sample Epidemiological Transcriptomics Datasets. Available at https://doi.org/10.1101/144519.
Chapter 4: Holsbø, E. & Perduca, V. (2018). Shrinkage estimation of rate statistics. Case Studies in Business, Industry and Government Statistics 7(1), 14-25. Also available at http://hdl.handle.net/10037/14678.
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