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Translational Data Analytics Institute

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Ohio State’s Translational Data Analytics Institute is a regional hub for team science and workforce development in data science and analytics, thanks in part to a significant investment by the state of Ohio. Our faculty, who represent more than 50 different academic disciplines, work with industry and community partners to educate and train tomorrow’s workforce and create data-enriched solutions for societal challenges such as opioid addiction, climate-resilient agriculture and infant mortality.

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    • 300A 16-23 person conference room ( Access service )

      300A – 16-23 person conference room including:
      1x overhead-mounted Panasonic PT-RZ570 5400-Lumen projector, Six-speaker ceiling mounted stereo system, Polycom trio and adjustable zoom & pan webcam, Wall-mounted LED display with Solstice pod, and Retractable, ceiling mounted projection screen/

    • Data Literacy Series ( Training service )

      Data Literacy Series – TDAI organizes and facilitates a series of workshops in R, including “Getting Started in R”, “Statistical Analysis in R”, and in partnership with Research Commons “Data Visualization in R”.

    • Educational Research Initiatives ( Support service )

      Educational Research Initiatives – TDAI has staff and faculty to support the development and implementation of research-based educational endeavors including interdisciplinary capstones, new academic programs (master’s level, undergraduate course development, certificates), and customized industry internships for undergrads.

    • Ohio Supercomputer Center ( Access service )

      TDAI is an Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) Campus Champion and is allocated computing time at the Supercomputer Center. This computational time is managed by TDAI and can authorize users of these resources to be used for projects that might not normally qualify for project status at OSC.

    • Research Support Services ( Support service )

      Research Support Services – TDAI provides a range of research support services including research pilot and seedling grants, facilitated brainstorming and networking, research development support, proposal development and review, funding opportunity/sponsor assessments, external partnership development, research event coordination, and support for co-funded student-led research projects.

    • The TDAI Data Commons ( Data storage service )

      The TDAI Data Commons is an evolving platform which begins with a bespoke repository at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, housing mainly genomic data but also other data sets that are of general interest. The evolution of this Data Commons is in the form of a Datatverse instance (using open-source Dataverse.org as the software platform) housed on an OCIO server. This second Data Commons contains data for the OpenOD (for the Midwest Big Data Hub Opioid project, PI: R.Machiraju), COVIDCommons (for an OR-funded COVID project, PI: A.Hyder), and SmartFoodsheds (PI: A.Hyder).


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    Last updated: 2021-03-22T11:40:00.819-04:00

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