Gathering and interpreting data is often the most vital and perplexing step toward making discoveries, understanding health problems and finding cures. Biologists must promptly overcome several hurdles, including storing, sharing, integrating and analyzing data.
Traditional biologists do not possess expertise in the analysis of big data, and the arrival of next-generation sequencing and other big data technologies in research and clinical practice made finding a solution to accelerate the interpretation of this data crucial.
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Written by Diana M. Lara.
Originally published November 3, 2022.