Biomedical Data and Applications by Amandeep S. Sidhu

By Amandeep S. Sidhu

Compared with information from normal program domain names, smooth organic info has many designated features. organic information are usually characterised as having huge volumes, complicated constructions, excessive dimensionality, evolving organic thoughts, and inadequate facts modelling practices. over the last numerous years, bioinformatics has develop into an all-encompassing time period for every thing when it comes to either machine technology and biology. The objective of this ebook is to hide info and purposes settling on new concerns and instructions for destiny study in biomedical area. The e-book becomes an invaluable advisor studying state of the art improvement in biomedical info administration, data-intensive bioinformatics structures, and different miscellaneous organic database functions. The booklet addresses numerous subject matters in bioinformatics with various levels of stability among biomedical information types and their real-world applications.

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Also the web-link to the considered database is provided, along with its database features. 2). All features corresponding to the other analysis criteria are reported. In detail, we highlight that CryptoDB contains information on genes, clone/contig sequences, polymorphism and motifs, and that it stores physical maps, pathways and bibliographic references as well. It supports simple queries and also analysis queries based on similarity search, and allows graphical interaction and sequence based query methods.

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