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Refining the Concept of Scientific Inference When Working with Big Data

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Refining the Concept of Scientific Inference When Working with Big Data

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0309454441
ISBN-13: 9780309454445
Number of pages: 115

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Using big data analytics to identify complex patterns hidden inside volumes of data that have never been combined could accelerate the rate of scientific discovery and lead to the development of beneficial technologies and products.

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