Probing the Geometry of Data with Diffusion Fr\'echet Functions

  title={Probing the Geometry of Data with Diffusion Fr\'echet Functions},
  author={D. Mart'inez and Christine H. Lee and P. Kim and W. Mio},
  journal={arXiv: Machine Learning},
Many complex ecosystems, such as those formed by multiple microbial taxa, involve intricate interactions amongst various sub-communities. The most basic relationships are frequently modeled as co-occurrence networks in which the nodes represent the various players in the community and the weighted edges encode levels of interaction. In this setting, the composition of a community may be viewed as a probability distribution on the nodes of the network. This paper develops methods for modeling… Expand

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