Social surveys—such as the World Values Survey—provide inestimably valuable cross-cultural information about people's attitudes on wide variety of topics, including religion. But brevity is the soul of such surveys, and this necessarily leaves psychologists wanting more. Perhaps more can be had.
A dataset of DNA methylation profiles of leukemic cells from patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) that allows comparing patients with or without resistance to chemotherapy with fludarabine or bendamustine, as well as patients with different genetic aberrations.
Exploring the Big Data revolution in healthcare, and how it will change the way we understand and cure disease
Our review aims to survey how different nations are approaching Big Data in healthcare, and what we can all learn in designing systems that are both effective and equitable.
The MeganePro data: a resource to improve hand prostheses control, its embodiment, and to understand the effect of hand amputation on cognition