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== JTK_Cycle ==
== JTK_Cycle ==
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[[Image:JTK_Figure_2.jpg|left|thumb|Figure 2, [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20876817 Hughes et al. (2010)]<br>ROC curves showing that JTK_Cycle out-performs COSOPT and Fisher's G-test.]]
 
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[[Image:JTK_Figure_2.jpg|left|thumb|Figure 2, [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20876817 Hughes et al. (2010)]<br>ROC curves showing that JTK_Cycle out-performs COSOPT and Fisher's G-test.]]
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JTK_Cycle is a non-parametric algorithm developed in collaboration with [http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1hw5bX4AAAAJ&hl=en Professor Karl Kornacker], Ohio State University, and [http://bioinf.itmat.upenn.edu/hogeneschlab/index.php Professor John Hogenesch], University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  
JTK_Cycle is a non-parametric algorithm developed in collaboration with [http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1hw5bX4AAAAJ&hl=en Professor Karl Kornacker], Ohio State University, and [http://bioinf.itmat.upenn.edu/hogeneschlab/index.php Professor John Hogenesch], University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.  
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JTK_Cycle

Figure 2, Hughes et al. (2010)ROC curves showing that JTK_Cycle out-performs COSOPT and Fisher's G-test.
Figure 2, Hughes et al. (2010)
ROC curves showing that JTK_Cycle out-performs COSOPT and Fisher's G-test.

JTK_Cycle is a non-parametric algorithm developed in collaboration with Professor Karl Kornacker, Ohio State University, and Professor John Hogenesch, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.



Image:JTK Cycle.zip




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