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  1. MS‐Analyzer: preprocessing and data mining services for proteomics applications on the Grid
  2. Machine learning methods for predictive proteomics
  3. MeltDB: a software platform for the analysis and integration of metabolomics experiment data
  4. MetaboAnalyst: a web server for metabolomic data analysis and interpretation
  5. MethCP: Differentially Methylated Region Detection with Change Point Models (bioRxiv)
  6. Mini-batch optimization enables training of ODE models on large-scale datasets
  7. Missing value estimation methods for DNA microarrays
  8. Missing values in mass spectrometry based metabolomics: an undervalued step in the data processing pipeline
  9. NOREVA: normalization and evaluation of MS-based metabolomics data
  10. Normalization regarding non-random missing values in high-throughput mass spectrometry data
  11. NormalyzerDE: Online Tool for Improved Normalization of Omics Expression Data and High-Sensitivity Differential Expression Analysis
  12. OpenMS: a flexible open-source software platform for mass spectrometry data analysis
  13. Optimization and profile calculation of ODE models using second order adjoint sensitivity analysis
  14. Optimization and uncertainty analysis of ODE models using second order adjoint sensitivity analysis
  15. Optimization of miRNA-seq data preprocessing
  16. Parameter Estimation and Variable Selection for Big Systems of Linear Ordinary Differential Equations: A Matrix-Based Approach
  17. Parameter estimation in large-scale systems biology models: a parallel and self-adaptive cooperative strategy
  18. Parameter estimation in models of biological oscillators: an automated regularised estimation approach
  19. Parameter estimation with bio-inspired meta-heuristic optimization: modeling the dynamics of endocytosis
  20. Peak alignment using wavelet pattern matching and differential evolution
  21. Peakbin selection in mass spectrometry data using a consensus approach with estimation of distribution algorithms
  22. Performance Evaluation and Online Realization of Data-driven Normalization Methods Used in LC/MS based Untargeted Metabolomics Analysis
  23. Performance of objective functions and optimization procedures for parameter estimation in system biology models
  24. Predicting Breast Cancer Survivability Using Data Mining Techniques
  25. Preprocessing of tandem mass spectrometric data to support automatic protein identification
  26. Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of high-throughput sequencing data pathologies
  27. Project 20 Benchmark Problems for Modelling Intracellular Processes
  28. Project Imputation in Proteomics
  29. Recursive partitioning for missing data imputation in the presence of interaction effects
  30. Recursive partitioning for missing data imputation in the presence of interaction effects.
  31. Review, evaluation, and discussion of the challenges of missing value imputation for mass spectrometry-based label-free global proteomics
  32. Review, evaluation, and discussion of the challenges of missing value imputation for mass spectrometry-based label-free global proteomics.
  33. Robust calibration of hierarchical population models for heterogeneous cell populations
  34. Scalable Parameter Estimation for Genome-Scale Biochemical Reaction Networks
  35. Simultaneous Improvement in the Precision, Accuracy and Robustness of Label-free Proteome Quantification by Optimizing Data Manipulation Chains
  36. Software platform for high-throughput glycomics
  37. TEMPLATE
  38. Testing structural identifiability by a simple scaling method
  39. The effects of nonignorable missing data on label-free mass spectrometry proteomics experiments
  40. The impact of sample imbalance on identifying differentially expressed genes
  41. Toward a gold standard for benchmarking gene set enrichment analysis
  42. Tracking for parameter and state estimation in possibly misspecified partially observed linear Ordinary Differential Equations
  43. Which missing value imputation method to use in expression profiles: a comparative study and two selection schemes

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