Rethinking Data Science for the Social Sciences: Social Inequality and Health

Date:  Nov 18, 2015 | 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm Location:  Kane 225 (Walker-Ames Room) Please join us on Wednesday, November 18th for an interdisciplinary panel exploring the use of big data for research on inequality and health. Information for this event is available below and in the attached flier. Rethinking Data Science for the Social Sciences: Social Inequality and Health An interdisciplinary panel sponsored by the UW Stice Lecture Series, the Information and Society Center, the eScience Institute, and the Center for Statistics in the Social Sciences Weekly Seminar Series The availability of new forms of data has transformed the way researchers may approach their work across disciplines. This panel will bring together experts from data science and the social sciences who are utilizing new and exciting forms of data to…


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