[BioC] Help: longitudinal data
Narinder Singh Sahni
narinder at mail.jnu.ac.in
Tue May 22 12:29:06 CEST 2007
We are two students doing a project which involves analyzing
time-course experiments. There are two strains of entamoeba histolytica
hybridised using Affy. measured at three different time points.
We have two questions that would at-least get us started:
1) What are the best measures of filtering genes in time-course experiments.
Some of the genes have been replicated.
2) What would be the most recommended techniques to focus on
for such a sparse data set.
Thanking all for their assistance.
Aftab & Aditi
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