Auto regressive Distributed Lag Models (ARDL) model plays a vital role when comes a need to analyze a economic scenario. In an economy, change in any economic variables may bring change in another economic variables beyond the time. Read more »
In the preceding article, the challenges presented with respect to selection of the field of study and collection of data in bibliometrics. However as mentioned, bibliometrics is the statistical analysis of bibliographic data from journals, books, documents and other conference proceedings (Kurtz & Bollen, 2010). Read more »
To showcase industry expertise I developed a model for any particular industry and based on the model the graph was to be prepared. The main motive of developing such model was to show our expertise in the industry and keep up to date with latest trends and changes. Read more »
In order to understand the process of using National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) for extraction of gene information for bioinformatics studies, the author uses case example of Transforming Growth Factor beta 1 (TGFβ1) gene which encodes for the TGFB1 protein found in humans. Transforming growth factor beta 1 or TGF-β1 is a polypeptide and therefore belongs to the superfamily of cytokines (Ciftci et al., 2014). It has many cellular functions, such as cell growth, cell proliferation, cell differentiation and apoptosis (Jackowska et al., 2013).
In recent years, big data has become a buzz word for them who are relying on digital technologies as it allows storage and analysis of massive data. Here, big data includes both structured and unstructured data sets which require processing capabilities of modern tools. One of the most popular tools to handle big data is Advanced Excel and its relevant add-ons (Rose, Spinks, & Canhoto, 2015).
UniProt is a protein database containing information on the TGFβ1 protein. In order to obtain relevant information, the researcher needs to type in keywords in the search tab as shown in the image below. After clicking the entry link i.e. P01137 (entry id), a new page will open. Read more »
Predictive modelling is a data driven, induction based modelling that is continuously used by big sized companies to gain useful insights into trends and risks budding in the future. The modelling on the basis of data extraction, cleansing and analysis helps in predicting the value of a target variable (Fortuny, Martens, & Provost, 2013). Most of the analytical softwares developed are used to efficiently understand how things move for an organisation as per trends indicated by a relevant factor. One of the software that helps in prediction is R, summarization and estimation of the target variable with respect to different factors (Varian, 2014). The software holds a wide scope to develop predictive models.
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