Lars Hüttenberger

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Dimension reduction is commonly defined as the process of mapping high-dimensional data to a lower-dimensional embedding. Applications of dimension reduction include, but are not limited to, filtering, compression, regression, classification, feature analysis, and visualization. We review methods that compute a point-based visual representation of(More)
BACKGROUND The study of microbial diversity and community structures heavily relies on the analyses of sequence data, predominantly taxonomic marker genes like the small subunit of the ribosomal RNA (SSU rRNA) amplified from environmental samples. Until recently, the "gold standard" for this strategy was the cloning and Sanger sequencing of amplified target(More)
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