8 edition of Probabilistic methods for bionformatics found in the catalog.
Probabilistic methods for bionformatics
Richard E. Neapolitan
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Richard E. Neapolitan.|
|LC Classifications||QH324.2 .N43 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009003721|
Probabilistic Methods: Random Projections Introduction. Assume we have n sequences of bases (symbols) of length t. Deﬁnition 1 An (, d)-motif is a substring of length occurring with no more then d mismatches in each of the n strings. The planted (, d)-motif problem is as follows. This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 15 th International Meeting on Computational Intelligence Methods for Bioinformatics and Biostatistics., CIBB , held in Caparica, Portugal, in September The 32 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 51 submissions.
Bioinformatics methods depend on statistics to a much greater degree and in much greater depth than biologists typically encounter in their training for analysis of variance and experimental design. Consequently a solid foundation in probability is de rigeur, particularly in preparation for data mining and machine learning applications. Prof. “Probabilistic Graphical Models” by Koller and Friedman. Theoretical Statistics Bioinformatics “Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics” by Ewens and Grant This book is a good overview of numerical computation methods for everything you’d need to know about implementing most computational methods you’ll run into in statistics.
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This book provides background material on probability, statistics, and genetics, and then moves on to discuss Bayesian networks and applications to bioinformatics. Chapter 1 Probabilistic Informatics Informatics programs in the United States go back to at least the s, when Stanford University offered a Ph.D.
in medical informatics. Since that time, a - Selection from Probabilistic Methods for Bioinformatics [Book]. Chapter Analyzing Gene Expression Data - Probabilistic Methods for Bioinformatics [Book] CHAPTER 12 Analyzing Gene Expression Data Recall from Section that the protein transcription factor produced by one gene can have a causal effect on the level of mRNA (called the gene expression level) of another gene.
In the s, the method was extended to model the probabilistic relationships among many causally related variables. The graphical structures that describe these relationships have come to be known as Bayesian networks.
This chapter introduces these networks. (Applications of Bayesian networks to bioinformatics appear in Part III.).
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The following parts demonstrate how these methods are applied in bioinformatics and medical informatics. All three fields - the methodology of probabilistic modeling, bioinformatics, and medical informatics - are evolving very quickly.
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The book develops bioinformatics concepts from the ground up, starting with an introductory chapter on molecular biology and genetics. This chapter will enable physical science students to fully understand and appreciate the ultimate goals of applying the principles of information technology to challenges in biological data management, sequence.This book grew out of a need to teach bioinformatics to graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania.
At the same time however, it is organized to appeal to a wider audience. In particular it should appeal to any biologist or computer scientist who wants to know more about the statistical methods of the field, as well as to a trained.The first part, Bioinformatic Methods I (this one), deals with databases, Blast, multiple sequence alignments, phylogenetics, selection analysis and metagenomics.
The second part, Bioinformatic Methods II, covers motif searching, protein-protein interactions, structural bioinformatics, gene expression data analysis, and cis-element predictions.