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December 2013

Mon, 12/23/2013 - 12:15pm
Scientific Computing

Scientific Computing’s focused coverage of software and related hardware technologies for the scientific and engineering communities highlights the latest applications, best practices, and integration strategies that can aid in advancing research and in delivering quality results better, faster, and cheaper. Areas of focus include informatics, data analysis, data acquisition, integration and interfacing, and automation.

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IN THIS ISSUE

HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

  4 Mobile Tech between a Rock and a Hard Place

All signs indicate a healthy continuing demand for technology that can support ever more demanding eye-candy and apps on very high resolution display devices

INFORMATICS

10 Comparison of FDA and EU Regulations for Audit Trails

Key aspects that ensure data integrity in computerized systems

13 A Fresh Look at the AnIML Data Standard

Data standards promise easier collaboration, data exchange and interoperability in the informatics world

16 Data Integrity in a Nutshell

Industry must take bold steps to assure the data used for drug quality decisions is trustworthy

DATA ANALYSIS

19 Text Mining: The Next Data Frontier

By some estimates, 80 percent of available information occurs as free-form text

22 Unscrambler X 10.3: Useful Niche Software

A very flexible approach to multivariate data analysis and design of experiments

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