Integrative clustering of multi-type genomic data
iClusterPlus is developed for integrative clustering analysis of multi-type genomic data and is an enhanced version of iCluster proposed and developed by Shen, Olshen and Ladanyi (2009). Multi-type genomic data arise from the experiments where biological samples (e.g. tumor samples) are analyzed by multiple techniques, for instance, array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH), gene expression microarray, RNA-seq and DNA-seq, and so on. In the iClusterPlus model, binary observations such as somatic mutation are modeled as Binomial processes; categorical observations such as copy number states are realizations of Multinomial random variables; counts are modeled as Poisson random processes; and continuous measures are modeled by Gaussian distributions.
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