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Biologists meet Statisticians : A Workshop for young scientists to foster interdisciplinary team work

  title={Biologists meet Statisticians : A Workshop for young scientists to foster interdisciplinary team work},
  author={Benjamin Hofner and Lea A. I. Vaas and John Philip Lawo and Tina Muller and Johannes Sikorski and Dirk Repsilber},
  journal={arXiv: Other Statistics},
Biologists meet Statisticians : A Workshop for young scientists to foster interdisciplinary team work 

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