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BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science- Beginning this Friday!

Posted by on September 7th, 2016 Posted in: Data Science, Education, Health Professionals


The NIH Big Data to Knowledge program is pleased to announce The BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science, a series of online lectures given by experts from across the country covering a range of diverse topics in data science.  This course is an introductory overview that assumes no prior knowledge or understanding of data science.

This is a joint effort of the BD2K Training Coordinating Center (TCC), the BD2K Centers Coordination Center (BD2KCCC), and the NIH Office of the Associate Director of Data Science.

When: each Friday at noon Eastern Time (9am Pacific) beginning September 9th, 2016.

Please join from your computer, tablet or smartphone: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/341938597813942273 (updated 11/15/16)

You may also dial in using your phone.
United States : +1 (872) 240-3311
Access Code: 786-506-213

For up-to-date information about the series and to see archived presentations, go to: http://www.bigdatau.org/data-science-seminars.

Tentative schedule:

9/9/16:  Introduction to big data and the data lifecycle (Mark Musen, Stanford)

9/16/16:  SECTION 1: DATA MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW (Bill Hersh, Oregon Health Sciences)

9/23/16:  Finding and accessing datasets, Indexing  and Identifiers (Lucila Ohno-Machado, UCSD)

9/30/16:  Data curation and Version control (Pascale Gaudet, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)

10/7/16:  Ontologies (Michel Dumontier, Stanford)

10/14/16:  Metadata standards (Zachary Ives, Penn)

10/21/16:  Provenance (Suzanne Sansone, Oxford)

10/28/16:  SECTION 2: DATA REPRESENTATION OVERVIEW  (Anita Bandrowski, UCSD)

11/4/16:  Databases and data warehouses, Data: structures, types, integrations (Chaitan Baru, NSF)

11/11/16:  No lecture ‹ Veteran¹s Day

11/18/16:  Social networking data (TBD)

12/2/16:  Data wrangling, normalization, preprocessing (Joseph Picone, Temple)

12/9/16:  Exploratory Data Analysis (Brian Caffo, Johns Hopkins)

12/16/16:  Natural Language Processing (Noemie Elhadad, Columbia)

1/6/17:   SECTION 3: COMPUTING OVERVIEW (Dates tentative)

1/13/17:  Workflows/pipelines

1/20/17:  Programming and software engineering; API; optimization

1/27/17:  Cloud, Parallel, Distributed Computing, and HPC

2/3/17:  Commons: lessons learned, current state

2/10/17:  SECTION 4: DATA MODELING AND INFERENCE OVERVIEW (Dates tentative)

2/17/17:  Smoothing, Unsupervised Learning/Clustering/Density Estimation

2/24/17:  Supervised Learning/prediction/ML, dimensionality reduction

3/3/17:  Algorithms, incl. Optimization

3/10/17:  Multiple testing, False Discovery rate

3/17/17:  Data issues: Bias, Confounding, and Missing data

3/24/17:  Causal inference

3/31/17:  Data Visualization tools and communication

4/7/17:  Modeling Synthesis

SECTION 5: ADDITIONAL TOPICS

4/14/17:  Open science

4/21/17:  Data sharing (including social obstacles)

4/28/17:  Ethical Issues

5/5/17:  Extra considerations/limitations for clinical data

5/12/17:  reproducibility

5/19/17:  SUMMARY and NIH context

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