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Atwal, G. S., Kinney, J. B.
(March 2016)
*Learning Quantitative Sequence–Function Relationships from Massively Parallel Experiments.*
Journal of Statistical Physics, 162 (5).
pp. 1203-1243.
ISSN 00224715

Atwal, G. S.
(2007)
*Correlations in Complex Disease Association Studies.*
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

Atwal, Gurinder Singh
(2014)
*Statistical mechanics of multistable perception.*
BioRxiv.

Hangya, B., Sanders, J. L., Kepecs, A.
(September 2016)
*A Mathematical Framework for Statistical Decision Confidence.*
Neural Comput, 28 (9).
pp. 1840-1858.
ISSN 1530-888X (Electronic)0899-7667 (Linking)

Kinney, J. B.
(June 2014)
*Mutual information: a universal measure of statistical dependence.*
Biomedical Computation Review, 10 (2).
p. 33.

Kinney, J. B.
(September 2015)
*Unification of field theory and maximum entropy methods for learning probability densities.*
Physical Review E, 92 (3).
ISSN 1539-3755

Kinney, J. B., Atwal, G. S.
(2013)
*Parametric inference in the large data limit using maximally informative models.*
Arxiv.
(Unpublished)

Sanders, Joshua I, Hangya, Balázs, Kepecs, Adam
(May 2016)
*Signatures of a Statistical Computation in the Human Sense of Confidence.*
Neuron, 90 (3).
pp. 499-506.
ISSN 0896-6273

Siepel, A., Haussler, D.
(2003)
*Combining phylogenetic and hidden Markov models in biosequence analysis.*
Proceedings of the seventh annual international conference on Research in computational molecular biology.
pp. 277-286.

Siepel, A., Haussler, D.
(March 2004)
*Phylogenetic estimation of context-dependent substitution rates by maximum likelihood.*
Mol Biol Evol, 21 (3).
pp. 468-88.
ISSN 0737-4038 (Print)0737-4038

Siepel, Adam, Haussler, David
(2005)
*Phylogenetic Hidden Markov Models.*
In:
Statistical Methods in Molecular Evolution.
Statistics for Biology and Health
.
Springer New York, pp. 325-351.
ISBN 978-0-387-22333-9

Slonim, Noam, Atwal, Gurinder Singh, Tkacik, Gasper, Bialek, William
(2005)
*Estimating mutual information and multi--information in large networks.*
arXiv.

Sun, G., Krasnitz, A.
(November 2014)
*Significant distinct branches of hierarchical trees: a framework for statistical analysis and applications to biological data.*
BMC Genomics, 15.
p. 1000.
ISSN 1471-2164