Qinxin Pan
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Epistasis, complexity, and multifactor dimensionality reduction
Q Pan, T Hu, JH Moore
Genome-wide association studies and genomic prediction, 465-477, 2013
202013
A system‐level pathway‐phenotype association analysis using synthetic feature random forest
Q Pan, T Hu, JD Malley, AS Andrew, MR Karagas, JH Moore
Genetic epidemiology 38 (3), 209-219, 2014
172014
Diverse convergent evidence in the genetic analysis of complex disease: coordinating omic, informatic, and experimental evidence to better identify and validate risk factors
TH Ciesielski, SA Pendergrass, MJ White, N Kodaman, RS Sobota, ...
BioData mining 7 (1), 1-17, 2014
162014
Functional genomics annotation of a statistical epistasis network associated with bladder cancer susceptibility
T Hu, Q Pan, AS Andrew, JM Langer, MD Cole, CR Tomlinson, ...
BioData Mining 7 (1), 5, 2014
82014
Supervising random forest using attribute interaction networks
Q Pan, T Hu, JD Malley, AS Andrew, MR Karagas, JH Moore
European Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning and Data …, 2013
62013
Bladder cancer specific pathway interaction networks
Q Pan, T Hu, A Andrew
Artificial Life Conference Proceedings 13, 94-101, 2013
22013
The role of mutations in whole genome duplication
Q Pan, C Darabos, JH Moore
European Conference on Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning and Data …, 2012
22012
The influence of whole genome duplication and subsequent diversification on environmental robustness and evolutionary innovation in gene regulatory networks.
Q Pan, C Darabos, AL Tyler, JH Moore, JL Payne
ECAL, 614-621, 2011
12011
Integration of Machine Learning, Network Science and Pathway Analysis in Genetic Epidemiology
Q Pan
Dartmouth College, 2014
2014
Diverse Convergent Evidence in the Genetic Analysis of Complex Disease: Coordinating Omic, Informatic, and Laboratory based evidence to prioritize findings for further study
TH Ciesielski, SA Pendergrass, MJ White, N Kodaman, R Sobota, ...
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