What this magazine has covered so far.
Computer vision program rivals the human ability to rapidly recognize objects in a complex picture
In the midst of the Ebola epidemic, modelers tried to predict its spread, with some success. Now they’re reflecting on the lessons learned.
Hi-C technique looks at chromosomes at unprecedented level of resolution
Could fractals join the collection of mathematical gems that propel biomedical image analysis to new heights?
Modelers should take the lead.
Transparent peer review, replication studies, and journals of negative results all suggest change is on the horizon
How errors in data, software, and methodology can teach us how to do better
Researchers are expanding the types of data that can be used to predict infectious disease spread; developing novel ways to analyze that data; and trying to create systems that can help address public health problems today
How social media sites are rapidly doing unique research on large cohorts
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