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Sci. Signal., 27 September 2011
[DOI: 10.1126/scisignal.2001983]

Biomedical Model Fitting and Error Analysis (Slides, MATLAB Files)

Kevin D. Costa, * Steven H. Kleinstein, and Uri Hershberg

*Corresponding Author. E-mail, kevin.costa{at}mssm.edu

Slideshow. This presentation contains slides for a lecture in a graduate course on systems biology. This is the same as the slides in PowerPoint format except it contains the embedded movies and is in Flash format.

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Slides. This presentation contains slides for a lecture in a graduate course on systems biology. Instructors who wish to use these slides for teaching are encouraged to insert a publicly available movie as directed on Slide 32.

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MATLAB Code. Four MATLAB programs for analyzing BrdU labeling to determine the rates of cell proliferation and death for B lymphocytes as part of a student problem set.

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Answer Key. 6 MATLAB files that solve the problem set can be obtained by completing the “Request Resource” form. Explanations are provided as comments in the MATLAB files.

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Article PDF. The article, “M. L. Lobemeier, Linearization plots: Time for progress in regression. HMS Beagle (BiomedNet, 73, March 3, 2000)” is cited in the lecture notes, but is not available through the original publisher online.

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Citation: K. D. Costa, S. H. Kleinstein, U. Hershberg, Biomedical model fitting and error analysis. Sci. Signal. 4, tr9 (2011).

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