Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Jackknife Model Averaging Prediction Methods for Complex Phenotypes with Gene Expression Levels by Integrating External Pathway Information

Table 1

Sample sizes and the number of genes for each cancer in the TCGA dataset used in our analysis.

PhenotypesInitial gene expression dataInitial clinical data (N)Final data after quality control


Note. N is the sample size and G denotes the number of genes. The average number of genes incorporated in each pathway for the seven phenotypes was 65 (ranging from 1 to 1,139), and about 21% genes belonged to multiple pathways. BRCA: breast cancer; CRC: colon and rectal cancer; COAD: colon cancer; PAAD: pancreatic cancer.

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