# Sarah Carratt: Week 13

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## Student Response for Sample

1. Examine the excel file with estimated weights and thresholds.
1. Activated genes: Cin5, Gts1, Msn4, Rap1, Rph1
2. Repressed genes: Fhl1, Hsf1, Rox1
3. Most altered genes: Gts1 (+), Hsf1 (-), Msn4 (+), Rph1 (+)
2. Examine the threshold values.
1. Interpretation: Threshold values tell us where the "switch" between "on and off" will occur. It is the point in time where genes are either activated or repressed.

## Student Response for Profile 9

1. Examine the excel file with estimated weights and thresholds.
1. Activated genes:
2. Repressed genes:
3. Most altered genes:
2. Examine the threshold values.
1. Interpretation: Threshold values tell us where the "switch" between "on and off" will occur. It is the point in time where genes are either activated or repressed.