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Reusing qualitative datasets to understand shifts in HIV prevention 1997-2013 July 16, 2019 - A conversation between Dr Catherine Dodds and Dr Ibidun Fakoya The project was funded by the annual Jean Golding Institute seed corn funding scheme. Qualitative data re-use and open archiving This project aimed to demonstrate the considerable value of qualitative data re-use and open archiving. Our team undertook in-depth anonymisation of two existing qualitative HIV ...
Metastable impressions July 15, 2019 - Blog written by Rob Arbon, Alex Jones, George Holloway and Pete Bennett This project was funded by the annual Jean Golding Institute seed corn funding scheme. The JGI funded project “Metastable impressions” sought to bring together statistical modelling, sound engineering, classical composition and deep learning to create an audio-visual art work about the dynamics of ...
Multitask learning for AMR July 10, 2019 - Blog written by Rob Arbon, Data Scientist at the University of Bristol. This project was funded by the annual Jean Golding Institute seed corn funding scheme. Multitask learning for AMR “Multitask learning for AMR” developed out of our collaboration with the Jean Golding Institute on the One Health Selection and Transmission of Antimicrobial Resistance (OH-STAR) ...
Interactive visualisation of Antarctic mass trends from 2003 until present July 8, 2019 - Blog written by Dr Stephen Chuter, Research Associate in Sea Level Research, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol This project was funded by the annual Jean Golding Institute seed corn funding scheme. Antarctica and sea level - a grand socioeconomic challenge Global sea level rise is one of the most pressing societal and economic ...