Albers, Casper J.; Jansen, Ritsert C.; Kok, Jan; Kuipers, Oscar P. and van Hijum, Sacha A.F.T.
SIMAGE: SImulation of DNA-MicroArray Gene Expression data.
BMC Bioinformatics, 7(205)
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Simulation of DNA-microarray data serves at least three purposes: (i) optimizing the design of an intended DNA microarray experiment, (ii) comparing existing pre-processing and processing methods for best analysis of a given DNA microarray experiment, (iii) educating students, lab-workers and other researchers by making them aware of the many factors influencing DNA microarray experiments.
Our model has multiple layers of factors influencing the experiment. The relative influence of such factors can differ significantly between labs, experiments within labs, etc. Therefore, we have added a module to roughly estimate their parameters from a given data set. This guarantees that our simulated data mimics real data as closely as possible.
We introduce a model for the simulation of dual-dye cDNA-microarray data closely resembling real data and coin the model and its software implementation SIMAGE which stands for simulation of microarray gene expression data. The software is freely accessible at: http://bioinformatics.biol.rug.nl/websoftware/simage
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