From Big Data to Precision Medicine

  title={From Big Data to Precision Medicine},
  author={Tim Hulsen and S. Jamuar and A. Moody and J. Karnes and Orsolya Varga and Stine Hedensted and R. Spreafico and D. Hafler and E. McKinney},
  journal={Frontiers in Medicine},
  • Tim Hulsen, S. Jamuar, +6 authors E. McKinney
  • Published 2019
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Frontiers in Medicine
  • For over a decade the term “Big data” has been used to describe the rapid increase in volume, variety and velocity of information available, not just in medical research but in almost every aspect of our lives. As scientists, we now have the capacity to rapidly generate, store and analyse data that, only a few years ago, would have taken many years to compile. However, “Big data” no longer means what it once did. The term has expanded and now refers not to just large data volume, but to our… CONTINUE READING
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