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Reproducibility and Sample Size in High-Dimensional Data
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 Title & Authors
Reproducibility and Sample Size in High-Dimensional Data
Seo, Won-Seok; Choi, Jee-A; Jeong, Hyeong-Chul; Cho, Hyung-Jun;
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 Abstract
A number of methods have been developed to determine sample sizes in clinical trial, and most clinical trial organizations determine sample sizes based on the methods. In contrast, determining sufficient sample sizes needed for experiments using microarray chips is unsatisfactory and not widely in use. In this paper, our objective is to provide a guideline in determining sample sizes, utilizing reproducibility of real microarray data. In the reproducibility comparison, five methods for discovering differential expression are used: Fold change, Two-sample t-test, Wilcoxon rank-sum test, SAM, and LPE. In order to standardize gene expression values, both MAS5 and RMA methods are considered. According to the number of repetitions, the upper 20 and 100 gene accordances are also compared. In determining sample sizes, more realistic information can be added to the existing method because of our proposed approach.
 Keywords
Microarray;reproducibility;sample size;effect size;
 Language
Korean
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