Here, you will find a list of relevant references. For a comprehensive list, please also consult bibliography of our paper and our suplementary materials.

Our Paper

If you use this package, citing our paper is highly appreciated!

Wang, K., Yang, Y., Wu, F. et al. Comparative analysis of dimension reduction methods for cytometry by time-of-flight data. Nat Commun 14, 1836 (2023).

Or if you prefer BibTeX:

    title={Comparative analysis of dimension reduction methods for cytometry by time-of-flight data},
    author={Wang, Kaiwen and Yang, Yuqiu and Wu, Fangjiang and Song, Bing and Wang, Xinlei and Wang, Tao},
    journal={Nature Communications},
    publisher={Nature Publishing Group}

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