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2000]: First, the SAGE method is highly prone to sequencing error, which creates a large amount of noise and obscures the clustering structure. Second, the libraries differ largely in terms of total number of tag copies due to differences in the depth to which individual SAGE libraries were sampled. Third, some of the SAGE libraries have been subjected to very limited sequencing, having 0 values for most of the tags. The fourth issue is that the “raw” data is extremely high dimensional. For our cluster analysis, each tag corresponds to a dimension.
R We also see that we have succeeded to some degree in focusing our data on tags that are related to cancer growth and development. For instance, brain cancer bulk tissue and normal brain bulk tissue have been separated, even though the were produced by the same laboratory (ri). But some further analysis may be needed since the brain cancer bulk tissue and brain cancer cell line clusters are in two different clusters, which means that there are still significant differences between bulk and cell line tissue in the selected subspace.
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