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Points of Significance: Ensemble methods: bagging and random forests

Many heads are better than one.

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  1. Naomi Altman is a Professor of Statistics at The Pennsylvania State University.

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  2. Martin Krzywinski is a staff scientist at Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre.

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The authors declare no competing financial interests.