- What makes you, you?
- What do you like the most about yourself?
- What risk would you take if you knew you wouldn’t fail?
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Next week’s Digital History class will be all about databases, data mining, big data and API’s. Suspecting that I would probably feel paralyzed when going through the readings I decided to first go through the definitions of each of these things on Wikipedia. 2,037 more words
Mark2Cure is a citizen science platform that enables users to make biomedical research literature more useful for scientists by annotating research abstracts.
Be one of the first citizen scientists to test out our web app and provide voice your opinion on how to improve Mark2Cure. 61 more words
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Along with the transition to an app-based world comes the exponential growth of data. However, most of the data is unstructured and hence it takes a process and method to extract useful information from the data and transform it into understandable and usable form.
In the final stage of your Analytics project, you present your results and course of action; be prepared to answer these questions (and more):
- How likely do you think it is that the independent variables are actually causing the changes in the dependent variable? 63 more words
[Paper] Going a Step Beyond the Black and White Lists for URL Accesses in the Enterprise by means of Categorical Classifiers
Our work titled Going a Step Beyond the Black and White Lists for URL Accesses in the Enterprise by means of Categorical Classifiers, as part of the researh under the… 241 more words