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Bayesian Matrix Completion for Hypothesis Testing

@article{Jin2020BayesianMC,
  title={Bayesian Matrix Completion for Hypothesis Testing},
  author={Bora Jin and David B. Dunson and Julia E. Rager and David M. Reif and Stephanie M. Engel and Amy H. Herring},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2020}
}
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) screens thousands of chemicals primarily to differentiate those that are active vs inactive for different types of biological endpoints. However, it is not feasible to test all possible combinations of chemicals, assay endpoints, and concentrations, resulting in a majority of missing combinations. Our goal is to derive posterior probabilities of activity for each chemical by assay endpoint combination. Therefore, we are faced with a task… Expand

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