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Made in IBM Labs: Scientists Turn Data into Disease Detective to Predict Dengue Fever and Malaria Outbreaks
Date:9/29/2013

data. This openness facilitates the development of advanced mathematical models, the creation of flexible models involving multiple populations (species), interactions between diseases, and a better understanding of epidemiology. The next release of STEM, will simplify the combination of diverse data so domain experts can easily create new models without any programming knowledge. STEM 2.0 will be available on October 15 through the Eclipse Foundation.

These achievements were published in the peer-reviewed journals Malaria and Theoretical Biology.

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408-927-2272
aentin@us.ibm.com


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