Visualisation of "High p, small n" data
Development of methods for visualisation of high-dimensional data where the number of observations, n, is small compared to the number of variables, p, is of increasing importance. One major application is the burgeoning field of microarray (gene expression) experiments. Because of their high cost, the number of chips (n) is O(10 - 102) while the number (p) of genes (including expressed sequence tags) on each chip is O(103 - 104). Based on synthetic data simulated in accord with current...[Show more]
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