May 26, 2020

Statistical Tool Developed at Columbia Will Track Covid-19 Data as New York Emerges From Lockdown

The tool uses a statistical programming language created by a Columbia University team of researchers and led by statistics and political science professor and Data Science Institute member Andrew Gelman.
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May 11, 2020

Jeannette Wing Receives NSF Grant to Create COVID-19 Information Commons

Jeannette Wing, Avanessians Director of the Data Science Institute at Columbia, will use the funding to create a website to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration across COVID research efforts.
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May 5, 2020

Max Topaz Uses Data Science to Help Nurses Care for Patients

A professor of nursing at Columbia University and an affiliated member of the Data Science Institute, Topaz is a pioneer in using data science to help nurses streamline their jobs and better care for millions of patients. 
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April 14, 2020

CovidWatcher App from Columbia University Tracks Coronavirus Hot Spots in NYC

The app gives citizens real-time information about New York City hot spots and enables health care officials to deploy resources where they're needed most.
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April 2, 2020

Oded Netzer on Making Sound Decisions During the Coronavirus Pandemic with Limited Data

Netzer, a Columbia Business School professor and Data Science Institute affiliate, discusses how leaders from all fields can make sound decisions with scarce data to guide them.
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