Ομιλία Ioannis Thomas Pavlidis, Eckhard-Pfeiffer Professor, Computational Physiology Lab, University of Houston (21/6/2017)

ΚΥΚΛΟΣ ΣΕΜΙΝΑΡΙΩΝ ΣΤΑΤΙΣΤΙΚΗΣ ΙΟΥΝΙΟΣ 2017

 

Ioannis Thomas Pavlidis
Eckhard-Pfeiffer Professor, Computational Physiology Lab, University of Houston

 

Reforming Data Management in Human Experiments

 

ΤΕΤΑΡΤΗ 21/6/2017, 12:15
ΑΙΘΟΥΣΑ 802, 8ος ΟΡΟΦΟΣ,
ΚΤΙΡΙΟ ΜΕΤΑΠΤΥΧΙΑΚΩΝ ΣΠΟΥΔΩΝ
(ΕΥΕΛΠΙΔΩΝ & ΛΕΥΚΑΔΟΣ)

 
 

ΠΕΡΙΛΗΨΗ

 

Data-driven research in human experiments constitutes a prominent segment of modern scientific inquiry. Such research carries significant impact, because it holds the key to understanding behaviors and illnesses. As the size, variety, and scope of data increase, it is becoming evident that the scientific method is strained, compromising the integrity and reproducibility of results in human-centered investigations. To address this issue, we have developed Subject Book, a communal software tool that reduces the massive multimodal data often standing between the experimental design and the hypothesis tests into a series of traceable and well-understood abstractions. Subject Book fulfills its mission through instant curation of data, multi-level visualization, and insistence on pre-planned tests. This curation-visualization-testing process, which represents the study lifecycle, has been automated, to suppress delays and data mismanagement. As a result, Subject Book produces efficient, high quality, and sharable data products that facilitate the scientific discourse.
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