Journal of Integrative Medicine ›› 2017, Vol. 15 ›› Issue (2): 110-123.doi: 10.1016/S2095-4964(17)60328-5
Special Issue: Traditional Chinese Medicine
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Nevin Lianwen Zhanga, Chen Fub, Teng Fei Liua, Bao-xin Chenb, Kin Man Poonc, Pei Xian Chena, Yunling Zhangb
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29 Zhang NL, Zhou XZ, Chen T, He LY, Liu BY. The interpretation variable clustering results in the context of TCM syndrome research.
30 Xue J, Wang Y, Han R. Factor analysis on the distribution of Chinese medicine syndromes in patients with hyperlipidemia in Xinjiang region.
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34 Zhang NL, Yuan SH. Implicit structure model and research on syndrome differentiation of Chinese medicine (I): Basic thought and analytic tool of implicit structure.
35 Zhang NL, Yuan SH, Chen T, Wang Y. Implicit structure model and research on syndrome differentiation of Chinese medicine (II): data analysis of kidney deficiency.
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38 Zhang NL, Xu ZX, Wang YQ, Liu TF, Liu GP, Li FF, Yan HX, Guo R. Latent structure analysis and syndrome differentiation for the integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine (II): joint clustering.
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