Term - Tasks Obtain spatially resolved data sets Compute...

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Tasks Obtain spatially resolved data sets Compute basic statistical properties, such as average and standard deviation of volume. Identify an additional quantitative measure and estimate its value. Compare Propose data set and additional measure Present results
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Task 1: Obtain two spatially resolved data sets from a biology experiment E.g. mitochondrial, cytoskeleton formation at two stages. Distribution of proteins during biological processes, etc. Quality of data: resolution, Relevance of data to biological problem Bonus: multiple data for different conditions
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Task 2: Compute basic statistical properties Digitization effort/Estimation process Quality of estimate Automatization of process
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an additional (non-basic) quantitative measure and estimate its value. Conceptual ‘cleverness’: Is the measure you choose the best to capture differences you see? Comparison: criteria for identifying
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This note was uploaded on 12/12/2011 for the course PHYS 146a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at UC Irvine.

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