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Data & informatics

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Projects and Programs

Research Data Framework (RDaF)

Ongoing
In the past decade, research data have become widely recognized as a critical national and global resource, and the risks of losing or mismanaging research data

Genome in a Bottle

Ongoing
Consortium hosted by NIST dedicated to authoritative characterization of benchmark human genomes. Sign up for General GIAB and Analysis Team email lists. Public

Publications

NIST Conference Papers Fiscal Year 2020

Author(s)
Kathryn Miller, Karen Arcamonte
This Special Publication represents the work of researchers at professional conferences, as reported by NIST employees in Fiscal Year 2020 (October 1, 2019

Network analysis approach to Likert-style surveys

Author(s)
Robert Dalka, Diana Sachmpazidi, Charles Henderson, Justyna Zwolak
Likert-style surveys are a widely used research instrument to assess respondents' preferences, beliefs, or experiences. In this paper, we propose and

Leveraging Theory for Enhanced Machine Learning

Author(s)
Debra Audus, Austin McDannald, Brian DeCost
The application of machine learning to the materials domain has traditionally struggled with two major challenges: a lack of large, curated data sets and the

NIST Conference Papers Fiscal Year 2021

Author(s)
Kathryn Miller, Karen Arcamonte
This Special Publication represents the work of researchers at professional conferences, as reported by NIST employees in Fiscal Year 2021 (October 1, 2020

Software

The NIST Data Alignment Tool

The Data Alignment Tool (DAT) was built to assist with the analysis of data used in testing fault detection and diagnostics (FDD) tools and building

RECIPE

RECIPE is a FORTRAN program for determining one-sided tolerance limits (in particular, A- and B-basis material property values) for regression models in the

Tools and Instruments

Awards