CD Genomics' bioinformatics experts are able to provide time series analysis services for a wide range of histological data to meet our customers' individual needs.
Time series analysis is a chronological, time-varying, and interrelated data series. The collection of sequences of discrete numbers obtained at a series of moments from observational measurements of a variable or a group of variables is called a time series. The four types of variation in a time series are seasonal variation, trend variation, cyclical variation, and random variation.
Figure 1. The power of LSAres and DDLSA in testing for the local association of two time series data under the bivariate AR model. (Zhang F, et al., 2019)
Time series data analysis is performed by collecting data from different time points, and can be used for but is not limited to the following research:
|Pre-processing of time series
|Purely randomness test
|Smooth time series analysis
|Qualitative analysis of non-stationary series
|Trend fitting method
|Randomness analysis of non-stationary series
|Sparse coefficient model
|Residual autoregressive model
|Conditional heteroskedasticity model
|Multivariate time series analysis
|Unit root test
|Error correction model
We are able to use time series analysis to help our customers achieve high throughput data analysis in multi-omics. For questions about analysis content, project cycle, and pricing, please click online inquiry.
CD Genomics is a professional bioinformatics service provider with years of experience in NGS and long-read sequencing (PacBio SMRT and Oxford Nanopore platforms) data, proteomics and metabolomics data analysis, integrated analysis services, database construction, and other bioinformatics solutions.
CD Genomics has professional bioinformatics experts who have successfully provided time series analysis to researchers in many different fields. Our professional skills and enthusiasm will provide you with high-quality analysis services. If you are interested in our services, please contact us for more details.