From big data to deep insight in developmental science

@inproceedings{Gilmore2016FromBD,
  title={From big data to deep insight in developmental science},
  author={Rick O. Gilmore},
  booktitle={Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Cognitive science},
  year={2016}
}
The use of the term 'big data' has grown substantially over the past several decades and is now widespread. In this review, I ask what makes data 'big' and what implications the size, density, or complexity of datasets have for the science of human development. A survey of existing datasets illustrates how existing large, complex, multilevel, and multimeasure data can reveal the complexities of developmental processes. At the same time, significant technical, policy, ethics, transparency… CONTINUE READING
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