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Symbolic Data Analysis: Adapted clustering methods for data represented with discrete distributions

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Tuesday, 3/29/2016, at 1:00 pm at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Simona Korenjak-Černe, PhD (Faculty of Economics, UL).

Hypotheses testing: is it good for science?

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Monday, 2/29/2016, at 1:00 pm at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Francesco Pauli, PhD (University of Trieste).

Comparing Two Partitions Obtained on Different Sets of Units

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Thursday, 1/28/2016, at 1:00 pm at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Marjan Cugmas (FDV, UL).

Statistical Inference Problems Based on the Moments of Distributions

The next lecture at the Biostatistical Center will take place on Tuesday, 12/8/2015, at 1:00 pm at IBMI. The lecture shall be given by Prof Jordan Stoyanov (Newcastle/Ljubljana).

R. Blagus and L. Lusa published a paper in BMC Bioinformatics

Link to the paper Joint use of over- and under-sampling techniques and cross-validation for the developement and assessment of prediction models,

About IBMI

Institute for Biostatistics and Medical Informatics (IBMI), formerly Institute for BioMedical Informatics (so still IBMI) was founded by the Faculty of Medicine as a result of a need for a unit which would perform, or coordinate, tasks related to data analysis and providing information, relevant for research in medicine. The programme of the institute, and its development, have been adjusting thorugh time to changes in financing and technological progress, but the basic aim remain the same: to support research in medicine. This is achieved through the following tasks:

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