Combining Clinical and Genomic Covariates via Cov-TGDR

@article{Ma2007CombiningCA,
  title={Combining Clinical and Genomic Covariates via Cov-TGDR},
  author={Shuangge Ma and Jian Huang},
  journal={Cancer Informatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={3},
  pages={371 - 378}
}
Clinical covariates such as age, gender, tumor grade, and smoking history have been extensively used in prediction of disease occurrence and progression. On the other hand, genomic biomarkers selected from microarray measurements may provide an alternative, satisfactory way of disease prediction. Recent studies show that better prediction can be achieved by using both clinical and genomic biomarkers. However, due to different characteristics of clinical and genomic measurements, combining those… CONTINUE READING

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