OMICs technologies allow to assay the state of a large number of different features (e.g., mRNA expression, miRNA expression, copy number variation, DNA methylation, etc.) from the same samples. The objective of these experiments is usually to find a reduced set of significant features, which can be used to differentiate the conditions assayed. In terms of development of novel feature selection computational methods, this task is challenging for the lack of fully annotated biological datasets to be used for benchmarking. A possible way to tackle this problem is generating appropriate synthetic datasets, whose composition and behaviour are fully controlled and known a priori.

A multi-view genomic data simulator

FRATELLO, MICHELE;SERRA, ANGELA;FORTINO, VITTORIO;RAICONI, Giancarlo;TAGLIAFERRI, Roberto;
2015

Abstract

OMICs technologies allow to assay the state of a large number of different features (e.g., mRNA expression, miRNA expression, copy number variation, DNA methylation, etc.) from the same samples. The objective of these experiments is usually to find a reduced set of significant features, which can be used to differentiate the conditions assayed. In terms of development of novel feature selection computational methods, this task is challenging for the lack of fully annotated biological datasets to be used for benchmarking. A possible way to tackle this problem is generating appropriate synthetic datasets, whose composition and behaviour are fully controlled and known a priori.
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