Data & AI Digest for 2018-08-29

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Digitization of healthcare information, EHR systems, precision and personalized medicine, health information exchange, consumer health, Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), and other major trends affecting healthcare are accelerating this data growth rate.
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The videos from the NYC R conference have been published, and there are so many great talks there to explore. I highly recommend checking them out: you’ll find a wealth of interesting R applications, informative deep dives on using R (and a few other applications as well), and some very entertaining deliveries. In this post, I wanted to highlight a couple of talks in particular. The talk by Jonathan Hersh (Chapman University), Applying Deep Learning to Satellite Images to Estimate Violence in Syria and Poverty in Mexico is both fascinating and a real technical achievement. In the first part of…
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Hi everyone! In this series we are going to work with a gene called the Mitochondrial Control Region. This series will be about getting some insights into it from sequence analysis. We are going through the entire process, from getting data to reach some conclusions and more importantly raise some questions. All of the bash […]
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Welcome to Part Two of the three-part tutorial series on proteomics data analysis. The ultimate goal of this exercise is to identify proteins whose abundance is different bewteen the drug-resistant cells and the control. In other words, we are looking for a list of differentially regulated proteins that may shed light on how cells escape […]
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A collection of some commonly used and some newly developed methods for the visualization of outcomes in oncology studies include Kaplan-Meier curves, forest plots, funnel plots, violin plots, waterfall plots, spider plots, swimmer plot, heatmaps, circos plots, transit map diagrams and network analysis diagrams (reviewed here). Previous articles in this blog presented an introduction to … Continue reading Visualization of Tumor Response – Spider Plots
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