The objective of this project is to construct a service that will allow for past and present un-curated data to be utilized by science while simultaneously demonstrating the novel science that can be conducted from such data. The proposed effort will focus on the large distributed and heterogeneous bodies of past and present un-curated data, what is often referred to in the scientific community as long-tail data, data that would have great value to science if its contents were readily accessible.


Kenton McHenry
Maxwell Burnette, Mark Fredricksen, Benjamin Galewsky, Gregory Jansen, steve konstanty, Rob Kooper, Jong Lee, Luigi Marini, Kenton McHenry, Dukyun Nam, Christopher Navarro, Todd Nicholson, Michelle Pitcel, Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan, Marcus Slavenas, Caiting Wu, Bing Zhang, Yan Zhao
Jay Alameda, Elizabeth Cowdery, Michael Dietze, Mark Fredricksen, Benjamin Galewsky, Gregory Jansen, Peishi JIANG, Xiangrong Jiang, Rob Kooper, Praveen Kumar, Jong Lee, Joshua Mantooth, Richard Marciano, Luigi Marini, Jerome McDonough, Kenton McHenry, Barbara Minsker, Dukyun Nam, Christopher Navarro, Sun Young Park, Ankit Rai, Jinseung Ryu, Sandeep Puthanveetil Satheesan, Arthur Schmidt, Marcus Slavenas, William Sullivan, Ceasar Sun, Pongsakorn Suppakittpaisarn, Kunxuan Wang, Dong Kook Woo, Caiting Wu, Qina Yan, Bing Zhang, Yan Zhao
Edgar F. Black, Shannon Bradley, Liana Diesendruck, Mostafa Elag, Mario Felarca, Lisa Gatzke, Avinash Kumar, Rui Liu, Dave Mattson, Smruti Padhy, Eugene Roeder, Brian Sawicki, Jason Votava, Inna Zharnitsky


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