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Figure 6

From: Inferring the functions of longevity genes with modular subnetwork biomarkers of Caenorhabditis elegansaging

Figure 6

Modular subnetwork biomarkers of aging predict the age of individual wild-type worms. (a) Machine learners built from modular subnetworks or genes, predicting worm age in a cross-validation task on the data from Golden et al. [2] using 5, 10, 25, or 50 features. For each size of feature set, 1,000 different support vector regression learners were computed; curves show their median performance (quantified using mean-squared error (MSE) in the top panel, and the squared correlation coefficient (SCC) between true and predicted age in the bottom panel), and error bars indicate the 95% confidence intervals for the medians (calculated using a bootstrap estimate). (b) The performance of a typical support vector regression learner built using 50 modular subnetworks as features; true worm age is shown on the x-axis, and predicted age on the y-axis.

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