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Helmholtz Analytics Framework

The Helmholtz Analytics Framework is a data science pilot project funded by the Helmholtz Initiative and Networking Fund. Six Helmholtz centers will pursue a systematic development of domain-specific data analysis techniques in a co-design approach between domain scientists and information experts in order to strengthen the development of the data sciences in the Helmholtz Association. In challenging applications from a variety of scientific fields, data analytics methods will be applied to demonstrate their potential in leading to scientific breakthroughs and new knowledge. In addition, the exchange of methods among the scientific areas will lead to their generalization.


2nd Data Analysis Methods Workshop

The 2nd Data Analysis Methods Workshop took place on March 14-15, 2019 in Hamburg, Germany. More: 2nd Data Analysis Methods Workshop …

HAF Pentagon

Generic Methods

Generic methods in support of scientific use cases are a key asset created within the scope of the project. More: Generic Methods …

Use Case 5 - High Throughput Image-Based Cohort Phenotyping

Use Cases

The development of generic methods is driven by a number of challenging use cases from various scientific domains. More: Use Cases …