Bayesian Weibull tree models for survival analysis of clinico-genomic data.

@article{Clarke2008BayesianWT,
  title={Bayesian Weibull tree models for survival analysis of clinico-genomic data.},
  author={Jennifer Clarke and Mike West},
  journal={Statistical methodology},
  year={2008},
  volume={5 3},
  pages={238-262}
}
An important goal of research involving gene expression data for outcome prediction is to establish the ability of genomic data to define clinically relevant risk factors. Recent studies have demonstrated that microarray data can successfully cluster patients into low- and high-risk categories. However, the need exists for models which examine how genomic predictors interact with existing clinical factors and provide personalized outcome predictions. We have developed clinico-genomic tree… CONTINUE READING

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