Apr 3, 2020

RANDOMIZE: A Web Server for Data Randomization

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Jessica X ChongMichael J Bamshad


DNA methylation microarray data may suffer from batch effects due to improper handling of the samples during the plating process. RANDOMIZE is a web-based application designed to perform randomization of relevant metadata to evenly distribute samples across the factors typically responsible for batch effects in DNA methylation microarrays, such as row, chips and plates. Randomization helps to reduce the likelihood of bias and impact of difference among groups.

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