A Modern Approach to a Better Data Analysis Experience

How you can use a decentralized data mesh to integrate multimodal life sciences data

Thursday, March 12 • 11am PT / 2pm ET • 1 hour

How quickly are you asking questions of your data?

How quickly can you get the answers?

How quickly can you integrate distributed data?

How quickly can you collaborate?

And how easy is it to reproduce your results and the results of others?

All of these problems can be solved when you can interact with your decentralized data using a centralized data analysis site

  • With analysis apps, you can ask and answer your own questions 1000x faster.
  • With a mesh-architecture and a smart API, you can run analyses on your data in any location.
  • With a centralized data analysis site, you can run distributed queries across multiple datasets and save all the results in a single place. Having one place for analysis results enables one-click collaboration.

Tag.bio centralized data site


Who will benefit from this webinar:
Researchers, biologists, bioinformaticians, and data scientists working in biomarker discovery.

In this webinar, you will learn:
  • How you can use a decentralized data mesh to break down data silos and improve your data analysis experiences
  • How biologists and bioinformaticians can collaborate to create reusable and reproducible analyses
  • How to analyze multimodal omics data, from single-cell to bulk tissues

Ready to try a new data analysis experience that will help you take your company to the next level?

Make sure to reserve your spot!

Jen Underwood

Jen Underwood

Founder & Principal Consultant, Analytics and Machine Learning at Impact Analytix, LLC

Jesse Paquette

Jesse Paquette

Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer at Tag.bio

Mark Mooney

Mark Mooney, Ph.D.

VP of Customer at Tag.bio

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Thursday, March 12 • 11am PT / 2pm ET • 1 hour