Evolution of Biology & Medicine with Big Data I learnt a couple of facts when I was around 14 years old. First, that the chimpanzee genome is more than 95% identical to the human genome. Second, that the genomes of two different humans is 99% identical. The genome is the building block of life.
I know this article should be a continuation of our telecom case study on customer segmentation and cluster analysis. Though it’s not intended, but possibly is apt that the articles on cluster analysis are separated by articles on other topics – forming them into perfect clusters. Last time, we had the article ‘Murder Cases, Evidence
Healthcare Analytics In 2012, Larry Smarr concludes his TEDMED talk (a TED conference for medicine, healthcare, and biology) with the phrase: ‘Because of big data and because of our ability to analyze it – we got hope’ Larry is no medical professional or biologist rather he is a physicist (astrophysicist), and computer scientist by profession. Before