# 18.S997: High Dimensional Statistics

@inproceedings{Rigollet201518S997HD, title={18.S997: High Dimensional Statistics}, author={Philippe Rigollet}, year={2015} }

- Published 2015

Preface These lecture notes were written for the course 18.S997: High Dimensional Statistics at MIT. They build on a set of notes that was prepared at Princeton University in 2013-14. Over the past decade, statistics have undergone drastic changes with the development of high-dimensional statistical inference. Indeed, on each individual , more and more features are measured to a point that it usually far exceeds the number of observations. This is the case in biology and specifically genetics… CONTINUE READING

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