David Nelson

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We previously developed GoMiner, an application that organizes lists of 'interesting' genes (for example, under-and overexpressed genes from a microarray experiment) for biological interpretation in the context of the Gene Ontology. The original version of GoMiner was oriented toward visualization and interpretation of the results from a single microarray(More)
Category theory has been developed over the last 50 years as a multi-level mathematical workspace capable of modelling real-world objects. Categories of objects are manipulated in geometric logic by a single concept represented by the arrow. The category of products is an important instance of the universal concept of a limit now recognized to exist in many(More)
Many classical methods in finite population sampling have been developed to incorporate some fairly standard types of prior information about the population. When the prior information does not fall in the standard categories it can be difficult to find procedures which reflect the information and have good frequentist properties. Recently methods based on(More)
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This study examines the development and implementation of a survey-based instrument assessing the effectiveness of a course redesign initiative focused on student centeredness at a large midwest-ern university in the United States. Given the scope of the reform initiative under investigation in this study, researchers developed an instrument called the(More)
Despite progress in developing more effective training methodologies, training initiatives for health workers continue to experience common pitfalls that have beset the overall success and cost-effectiveness of these programs for decades. These include lack of country-level coordination of health training, inequitable access to training, interrupted(More)