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Vast amounts of data are collected every day from all aspects of people's lives. The recent field of network science aims to tackle the sheer amount… Read more »
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Big Data Analytics published its first articles a little more than a year ago (July 2016). As the journal continues to grow, I… Read more »
The Journal of Big Data has recently been accepted into Scopus, an extensive database of peer-reviewed literature.… Read more »
Analyzing the traces of human behavior from geolocalization data gives clues for more accurate urban planning.
What if there was an objective way to see if Wikipedia’s reputation for gender bias is real? Turns out, there is.
Researchers develop a Twitter-based sensor for detecting emergencies as they happen.
Dr. Ola Spjuth of Uppsala University is the latest member of the Editorial Board for Journal of Cheminformatics
Not only did they find that happy neighborhoods tended to talk to other happy neighborhoods (and likewise less happy neighborhoods… Read more »