Mobility behavior may be the key to predicting, promoting individual well-being

DSI postdoctoral fellow Sandrine Müller uses smartphone sensor data to study human behavior. A research team led by Müller, a Data Science Institute postdoctoral research fellow, and Heinrich Peters, a Columbia Business School (CBS) doctoral candidate, has linked mobility behavior to well-being by exploring associations between different kinds of mobility behaviors (e.g., time spent in […]

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Records from six growth studies analyzed to provide milestone data

For the first time ever, craniofacial growth in children can be studied comprehensively using data from six historic adolescent growth studies. Researchers from the University of Missouri School of Medicine analyzed more than 15,000 cranial radiographs from nearly 2,000 participants to create the Craniofacial Growth Consortium Study (CGCS). The mission of the CGCS is to […]

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