Mining phenotypes and informative genes from gene expression data

  title={Mining phenotypes and informative genes from gene expression data},
  author={Chun Tang and Aidong Zhang and Jian Pei},
Mining microarray gene expression data is an important research topic in bioinformatics with broad applications. While most of the previous studies focus on clustering either genes or samples, it is interesting to ask whether we can partition the complete set of samples into exclusive groups (called phenotypes) and find a set of informative genes that can manifest the phenotype structure. In this paper, we propose a new problem of simultaneously mining phenotypes and informative genes from gene… CONTINUE READING
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