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Big Data: An Important Tool for Complex Diseases like ME/CFS

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by AndyPR, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. AndyPR

    AndyPR Senior Member

    Although not credited on the page itself, I believe Dr. Zaher Nahle posts about big data in ME/CFS research.

    http://solvecfs.org/big-data-an-important-tool-for-complex-diseases-like-mecfs/
     
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  2. ahimsa

    ahimsa Rarely on PR now

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    Thanks for posting the link, @AndyPR

    I wish they'd make some changes to the Solve ME/CFS website (solvecfs.org).

    For example, why does this article on big data have no date? (or am I missing it? I tried to look for one)
     
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  3. KnightofZERO

    KnightofZERO

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    Big data and the various 'omics fields: genomics, metabolomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, is hugely promising. However I hope that one group (or several groups in close collaboration) can get funding to do these studies on us. Ideally under the umbrella of a research initiative which included or was cognizant of other parts (such as stage of illness, severity, epidemiological concerns etc) *cough* open data-sharing.

    Otherwise I think there could be disparate conclusions depending on sample size, laboratory procedures, definition used. In short I think it's hugely promising if done right. :rocket:
     
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