1. Learning from Multi-View Data
In the multi-view data setting, multiple data sets (views) are available on a single common set of observations. For example, multivariate clinical and genomic data sets may be available on a single set of tissue samples, or we may have two network data sets that describe physical interactions and co-membership in protein complexes between a single set of proteins.
- Lucy L. Gao, Jacob Bien and Daniela Witten (2019) Are clusterings of multiple data views independent? To appear in Biostatistics. [pdf] [cran]
[Received a 2019 ASA Biometrics Section Student Travel Award.]