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From the Publisher… The stated audience for this book is M.S. and Ph.D. students in bioinformatics, machine intelligence, applied statistics, biostatistics, computer science, and related areas. … a well-written collection from multiple authors that I recommend for the intended audience. Several chapters include exercises.
—Technometrics, November 2009, Vol. 51, No. 4
…a good text/reference book that summarizes the latest developments in the interface between bioinformatics and machine learning and offer[s] a thorough introduction to each field. … One of the strengths of this book is the clear notation with a mathematical and statistical flavor, which will be attractive to Biometrics readers, especially to those new to statistical learning and data mining. It is also very readable for a variety of interested learners, researchers, and audiences from various backgrounds and disciplines. …
—Biometrics, March 2009
… a well-structured book that is a good starting point for machine learning in bioinformatics. … Using many popular examples, the statistical theory becomes comprehensible and bioinformatics examples motivate [readers] to apply the concepts to real data.
—Markus Schmidberger, Journal of Statistical Software, November 2008