Khitsenko, Vladimir E. and Krutokhvostov, Dmitry S.
2018 XIV International Scientific-Technical Conference on Actual Problems of Electronics Instrument Engineering (APEIE) Actual Problems of Electronics Instrument Engineering (APEIE), 2018 XIV International Scientific-Technical Conference on. :171-174 Oct, 2018
2018 IEEE 13th International Scientific and Technical Conference on Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CSIT) Computer Sciences and Information Technologies (CSIT), 2018 IEEE 13th International Scientific and Technical Conference on. 2:5-8 Sep, 2018
2018 7th International Conference on Reliability, Infocom Technologies and Optimization (Trends and Future Directions) (ICRITO) Reliability, Infocom Technologies and Optimization (Trends and Future Directions) (ICRITO), 2018 7th International Conference on. :1-12 Aug, 2018
Borcard, Daniel, Gillet, François, and Legen, Pierre
Ecology--Data processing, Ecology--Statistical methods--Data processing, Ecology--Mathematics--Data processing, R (Computer program language), Ecology--Statistical methods, and Multivariate analysis
This new edition of Numerical Ecology with R guides readers through an applied exploration of the major methods of multivariate data analysis, as seen through the eyes of three ecologists. It provides a bridge between a textbook of numerical ecology and the implementation of this discipline in the R language. The book begins by examining some exploratory approaches. It proceeds logically with the construction of the key building blocks of most methods, i.e. association measures and matrices, and then submits example data to three families of approaches: clustering, ordination and canonical ordination. The last two chapters make use of these methods to explore important and contemporary issues in ecology: the analysis of spatial structures and of community diversity. The aims of methods thus range from descriptive to explanatory and predictive and encompass a wide variety of approaches that should provide readers with an extensive toolbox that can address a wide palette of questions arising in contemporary multivariate ecological analysis. The second edition of this book features a complete revision to the R code and offers improved procedures and more diverse applications of the major methods. It also highlights important changes in the methods and expands upon topics such as multiple correspondence analysis, principal response curves and co-correspondence analysis. New features include the study of relationships between species traits and the environment, and community diversity analysis. This book is aimed at professional researchers, practitioners, graduate students and teachers in ecology, environmental science and engineering, and in related fields such as oceanography, molecular ecology, agriculture and soil science, who already have a background in general and multivariate statistics and wish to apply this knowledge to their data using the R language, as well as people willing to accompany their disciplinary learning with practical applications. People from other fields (e.g. geology, geography, paleoecology, phylogenetics, anthropology, the social and education sciences, etc.) may also benefit from the materials presented in this book. Users are invited to use this book as a teaching companion at the computer. All the necessary data files, the scripts used in the chapters, as well as extra R functions and packages written by the authors of the book, are available online (URL: http://adn.biol.umontreal.ca/~numericalecology/numecolR/).
Quality control--Statistical methods and Process control--Statistical methods
Master Statistical Quality Control using JMP! Using examples from the popular textbook by Douglas Montgomery, Introduction to Statistical Quality Control: A JMP Companion demonstrates the powerful Statistical Quality Control (SQC) tools found in JMP. Geared toward students and practitioners of SQC who are using these techniques to monitor and improve products and processes, this companion provides step-by-step instructions on how to use JMP to generate the output and solutions found in Montgomery's book. The authors combine their many years of experience as passionate practitioners of SQC and their expertise using JMP to highlight the recent advances in JMP's Analyze menu, and in particular, Quality and Process. Key JMP platforms include: Control Chart Builder CUSUM Control Chart Control Chart (XBar, IR, P, NP, C, U, UWMA, EWMA, CUSUM) Process Screening Process Capability Measurement System Analysis Time Series Multivariate Control Chart Multivariate and Principal Components Distribution For anyone who wants to learn how to use JMP to more easily explore data using tools associated with Statistical Process Control, Process Capability Analysis, Measurement System Analysis, Advanced Statistical Process Control, and Process Health Assessment, this book is a must!
Lipids--Statistical methods, Mass spectrometry, and Proteomics--Statistical methods
This book presents an overview of computational and statistical design and analysis of mass spectrometry-based proteomics, metabolomics, and lipidomics data. This contributed volume provides an introduction to the special aspects of statistical design and analysis with mass spectrometry data for the new omic sciences. The text discusses common aspects of design and analysis between and across all (or most) forms of mass spectrometry, while also providing special examples of application with the most common forms of mass spectrometry. Also covered are applications of computational mass spectrometry not only in clinical study but also in the interpretation of omics data in plant biology studies.Omics research fields are expected to revolutionize biomolecular research by the ability to simultaneously profile many compounds within either patient blood, urine, tissue, or other biological samples. Mass spectrometry is one of the key analytical techniques used in these new omic sciences. Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry, time-of-flight data, and Fourier transform mass spectrometry are but a selection of the measurement platforms available to the modern analyst. Thus in practical proteomics or metabolomics, researchers will not only be confronted with new high dimensional data types—as opposed to the familiar data structures in more classical genomics—but also with great variation between distinct types of mass spectral measurements derived from different platforms, which may complicate analyses, comparison, and interpretation of results.
Isik, Fikret, Holland, J. B., Maltecca, Christian, and Dokak, Hüsnü
Genetics--Data processing--Textbooks, Breeding--Statistical methods--Textbooks, Genetics--Statistical methods--Textbooks, and Breeding--Data processing--Textbooks
This book fills the gap between textbooks of quantitative genetic theory, and software manuals that provide details on analytical methods but little context or perspective on which methods may be most appropriate for a particular application. Accordingly this book is composed of two sections. The first section (Chapters 1 to 8) covers topics of classical phenotypic data analysis for prediction of breeding values in animal and plant breeding programs. In the second section (Chapters 9 to 13) we provide the concept and overall review of available tools for using DNA markers for predictions of genetic merits in breeding populations. With advances in DNA sequencing technologies, genomic data, especially single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers, have become available for animal and plant breeding programs in recent years. Analysis of DNA markers for prediction of genetic merit is a relatively new and active research area. The algorithms and software to implement these algorithms are changing rapidly. This section represents state-of-the-art knowledge on the tools and technologies available for genetic analysis of plants and animals. However, readers should be aware that the methods or statistical packages covered here may not be available or they might be out of date in a few years. Ultimately the book is intended for professional breeders interested in utilizing these tools and approaches in their breeding programs. Lastly, we anticipate the usage of this volume for advanced level graduate courses in agricultural and breeding courses.