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1. A unified approach to false discovery rate estimation


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2. Modeling gene expression measurement error: a quasi-likelihood approach

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3. A unified approach to false discovery rate estimation

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4. Modeling gene expression measurement error: a quasi-likelihood approach

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5. A unified approach to false discovery rate estimation

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6. fdrtool: a versatile R package for estimating local and tail area-based false discovery rates


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7. Modeling gene expression measurement error: a quasi-likelihood approach


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8. Likelihood Analysis of Phylogenetic Networks Using Directed Graphical Models


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9. Gene ranking and biomarker discovery under correlation


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10. A general modular framework for gene set enrichment analysis

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