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From the PublisherFor someone who is interested in either metaanalysis or genomics, this book provides a great overview of both. … Guerra and Goldstein have done a wonderful job in introducing the material and in organizing the collection coherently. … the material is very accessible to readers of Biometrics … this book is well worth having as a reference book for those interested in metaanalysis and/or genomics. … Guerra and Goldstein have done an admirable job putting the collection together.
—Peter H. Westfall, Biometrics, December 2011
There is a particularly good chapter comparing different methods for analysing two similar microarray studies… The book would be suitable for someone who is new to the analysis of high dimensional genomic data.
—S.E. Lazic and F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, Vol. 174, October 2011
… the book will be most useful for students and researchers who wish to see what developments are currently in progress in this important area. That said, there is a wealth of material here for the non-expert wishing to move into the area. And, unlike some edited tomes in past ages, the articles here have clearly been carefully meshed to give a coherent picture.
—International Statistical Review (2011), 79, 1