The Current and Future Use of Ridge Regression for Prediction in Quantitative Genetics

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de Vlaming, Ronald; Groenen, Patrick J. F.;

In recent years, there has been a considerable amount of research on the use of regularization methods for inference and prediction in quantitative genetics. Such research mostly focuses on selection of markers and shrinkage of their effects. In this review paper, the u... View more
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