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The LunG data [ 44 ] consists of d = 1,000 dimensions with n = 197 lung cancer patients from k = 4 different factors.
The Prostate data [ 45 ] consists of d = 12,600 dimensions with n = 102 prostatecancer patients from k = 2 different factors. The original data set from contained 97 men who haved prostatecancer and recorded the information of the patients.
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Another source of information are blood tests, which allow clinically relevant biomarkers (such as e.g. PSA levels in prostatecancer) to be directly measured. In recent years the