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340 Tue, 8/5/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211
Big Data Methods for Medical Applications — Contributed Papers
Section on Nonparametric Statistics
Chair(s): Edward L. Boone, Virginia Commonwealth University   
10:35 AM Wavelet Estimation: Minimax Theory and Application Ekaterina Smirnova ; Sam Efromovich, University of Texas at Dallas
10:50 AM A Robust Statistical Framework to Whole-Genome Outlier Identification for Characterizing Structural Variants Kylie Ainslie ; Jeanne Kowalski, Emory University
11:05 AM A Generalized Filter Statistic for Integrated, Whole-Genome Analyses of Multiple Platforms to Characterize Several Groups of Similar Phenotype Jeffrey Switchenko, Emory University ; Jeanne Kowalski, Emory University
11:20 AM A New Scale-Invariant Nonparametric Test for Two-Sample Bivariate Location Problem Sunil Mathur, University of Memphis ; Sujay Datta, University of Akron
11:35 AM An Ordinary Differential Equation Model for Gene Regulation with RNA-Seq Data Lerong Li, University of Texas at Houston ; Momiao Xiong, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
11:50 AM An Application of Endpoint Detection to Bivariate Data in Tau-Path Order Srinath Sampath, Ohio State University ; Joseph S. Verducci, Ohio State University
12:05 PM Empirical Null Distribution for Gamma Statistics with Application to Multiple Testing in RNA-Seq Experiments Xing Ren ; Jeffrey Miecznikowski, University at Buffalo ; Jianmin Wang, Roswell Park Cancer Institute ; Song Liu, Roswell Park Cancer Institute

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