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Ten Major Errors in Obesity Research Discussed

March 30, 2016

Concerns about rigor in science, particularly obesity research, have been raised in recent years, and a movement is underway to proactively help investigators structure the design and reproducibility of their science. A paper from investigators at the University of Alabama … Continued

Volume and Value of Big Healthcare Data

March 17, 2016

Abstract Modern scientific inquiries require significant data-driven evidence and trans-disciplinary expertise to extract valuable information and gain actionable knowledge about natural processes. Effective evidence-based decisions require collection, processing and interpretation of vast amounts of complex data. The Moore’s and Kryder’s … Continued