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Raking: An Important and Often Overlooked Survey Analysis Tool
This article was developed in parallel with the article, “The Survey Process: With an Emphasis on Survey Data Analysis,” published in the June edition of PHALANX. Together these articles discuss the importance of surveys ...
Phenoscape: Semantic analysis of organismal traits and genes yields insights in evolutionary biology
The study of how the observable features of organisms, i.e., their phenotypes, result from the complex interplay between genetics, development, and the environment, is central to much research in biology. The varied language ...
“Lots of Prayer, Lots of Emotional Coaching, and Pray it Works out the Best”: Tuning in to Kids in a Rural Appalachian Community
Rural Americans face barriers in access to services such as psychoeducation programs. The purpose of this study was to describe how participants in a rural Appalachian community, a geographic location that has been largely ...
Nonlinear Parametric Inversion Using Interpolatory Model Reduction
(Siam Publications, 2015-01-01)
Nonlinear parametric inverse problems appear in several prominent applications; one such application is Diffuse Optical Tomography (DOT) in medical image reconstruction. Such inverse problems present huge computational ...
Resolving Land Use Conflicts
(Farm Foundation, 1972)
Towards the characterization and engineering of bacteriophages in the gut microbiome
(American Society for Microbiology, 2021-07-01)
The gut microbiome and its importance to human health are a rapidly evolving area of study. Bacteria often take center stage. However, the composition is much more complex with other microbial members of the gut also playing ...