Tag Archives: visualization tools

Public health’s wicked problems: Can InfoVis save lives?

From the CDC’s Office of Infectious Diseases:  Call for submissions     Public health is charged with assessing current and emerging health threats and issues, developing effective population-based policies and interventions to address these problems, and monitoring delivery and outcomes … Continue reading

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Workshop: Gene set enrichment & mapping tools

Do you work with large gene sets? Are you looking for a gene set enrichment testing tool? Are you looking for a tool to help you explore and visualize relationships between gene sets?  If so, come to this workshop on ConceptGen … Continue reading

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Bioinformatics workshop on January 12, 2012

The Taubman Health Sciences Library’s bioinformationist, Marci Brandenburg, will be presenting “Visualizing Protein and Metabolite Interaction Networks with Cytoscape/MetScape” at a workshop to be held in the Biomedical Science Research Building Rooms A,B, and C on Thursday, January 12.  This … Continue reading

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Visualizing antibiotic resistance

The Wall Street Journal‘s Health Blog reports on Resistance Map, a new way to visualize the problem of antibiotic resistance in the US and around the world.  Created by Extending the Cure, an antibiotic-resistance policy effort that is part of the … Continue reading

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