Brett Naul

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In 2007, the rate of intestinal helminth infection in primary school-aged children in a rural village in Southwestern Kenya was estimated to be at least 68%, based on direct stool smear. Since the 2007 survey, these same school children have been treated with 400-mg albendazole every 3 months. We repeated a cross-sectional stool survey in the same area in(More)
In the biological sciences, arguably moreso than in any other discipline, the amount of data is available to researchers is exploding exponentially. Making this information available in a consistent, accessible format is itself a non-trivial task, and categorizing or classifying the data in meaningful ways is especially daunting. Laboratory experiment and(More)
Inference on time series data is a common requirement in many scientific disciplines and internet of things (IoT) applications, yet there are few resources available to domain scientists to easily, robustly, and repeatably build such complex inference workflows: traditional statistical models of time series are often too rigid to explain complex time domain(More)
As any frequent flier is no doubt aware, flight delays and cancellations are a largely inevitable part of commercial air travel. In the past ten years, only twice have more than 80% of commercial flights arrived on-time or ahead of schedule. Punctuality is an issue for all major carriers, with some struggling more than others: through September 2008,(More)
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