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Introduction to Big Data at the IFMSA preGA 2014 Hammamet

Introduction to Big Data at the IFMSA preGA 2014 Hammamet

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  • 1. Data pro capita double every 40 months 2.5 exabyte of data was produced daily in 2012 1 exabyte = 23000000000000000000 bits (1019)
  • 2. Gartner: "Big data is high volume, high velocity, and/or high variety information that require new forms of approaches to make sense of them"
  • 3. LHC 200 petabyte x year 10 year to decode the first human genome, now is done in 1 week Nasa Center for Climate Simulations stores 32 PB of data Facebook manage data for more than 1 billion of users
  • 4. New methodologies for storing, processing, analyze and visualize the data.
  • 5. Machine Learning: • Supervised • Unsupervised
  • 6. Cluster Analysis
  • 7. Cluster Analysis Infections diffusion patterns DNA polymorphisms analysis Imaging Analysis
  • 8. Useful Material Jones & al, The New Bioinformatics: Integrating Ecological Data from the Gene to the Biosphere Dits & al, Using Cluster Analysis for Medical Resource Decision Making Snijders & al, Big Gap of Knowledge in the Field of Internet Science www.ibm.com/big-data

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