CSUF wins million grant for big data

View slideshow Professor of health science Archana McEligot, center, with graduate student Harman Chauhan, left, and associate professor of biological science Math Cuajungco. NICK AGRO, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERHave you ever completed and submitted a survey of any kind? If you have, then you’ve contributed to what is now referred to as “big data.”Big data is defined as a large quantity of complex information from a variety of fields – for example, analytics, neuroscience, biotechnology, business, computer science or medicine.Experts in the field work to find the most effective ways to collect, store and analyze the large amounts of data, as well as make sense of the information.”In many courses, students have been exposed to (big data science) but they just don’t know it’s big data related,” said Archana McEligot, CSUF professor…


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