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Fig. 3 | Journal of Translational Medicine

Fig. 3

From: Bringing radiomics into a multi-omics framework for a comprehensive genotype–phenotype characterization of oncological diseases

Fig. 3

SummarizedExperiment object schema. In yellow: a classic use of summarizedExperiment object to store biological ‘omic experiment data. Each assay contains data for a result of the experiment (in this case segment mean, no probes and Log X from a Copy Number Alterations experiment). The rows of SE represent the genes and the columns represent the samples. Data describing the samples are stored in ColData object. In red: a summarizedExperiment with Magnetic Resonance Time Points as different assays. Each assay of the summarizedExperiment contains data of a single time-point and the rows represent radiomic features

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