Data-Driven Discovery lab
The mission of the Data-Driven Discovery lab is to develop methodology and tools that turn large and complex data into knowledge and scientific discoveries. By combining elements from machine learning, soft computing and computational statistics, the lab follows scientific and experimental practices, with the goal of creating bridges between data science foundations and the needs of experimentalists and discovery-driven researchers. The lab works in a broad range of scientific domains, including astronomy, humanities, social science, and the life/medical sciences.
The lab activities are broadly separated into to missions:
a) Developing methods and software that allows discovery in large, complex, and diverse databases.
b) Applying novel and traditional methods to complex databases and turn them into scientific discoveries.
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