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by Joseph Rickert
I am ever-optimistic that on the weekend I will have enough time and brainpower to do some serious technical reading. The following are five articles on my list. I hope that at least one of them resonates with you too. Happy reading.
1. In this paper from Nature Communications, Kun-Hsing Yu et al. use machine learning to diagnose cancer. The authors write:
“We extract 9,879 quantitative image features and use regularized machine-learning methods to select the top features and to distinguish shorter-term survivors from longer-term survivors with stage I adenocarcinoma (P<0.003) or squamous cell carcinoma (P=0.023) in the TCGA data set.”