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Linking gene expression data with patient survival times using partial least squares

Surrogate variable analysis using partial least squares (SVA-PLS) in gene expression studies

Multi-class cancer classification via partial least squares with gene expression profiles

Partial least squares proportional hazard regression for application to DNA microarray survival data

Partial least squares: a versatile tool for the analysis of high-dimensional genomic data

Partial least squares path modelling for the evaluation of patients’ satisfaction after thoracic surgical procedures

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Reconstruction of genetic association networks from microarray data: a partial least squares approach

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Towards the in silico identification of class II restricted T-cell epitopes: a partial least squares iterative self-consistent algorithm for affinity prediction

Modeling the relationship between LVAD support time and gene expression changes in the human heart by penalized partial least squares

 

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(PLS)

A method for handling correlated explanatory variables in the context of multiple regression. In PLS the first stage is to determine k uncorrelated variables that are linear combinations of the explanatory variables. The combinations are chosen for their predictive ability. Principal components regression analysis uses a different technique to achieve the same objective.

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