Big data and Network Analysis

The term of big data refers to large databases, usually embracing longitudinal information. From the enormous amount of data, it is possible to draw direct and indirect conclusions; to reveal visible and invisible associations; connections and relations will be outlined appointing the directions for future decisions.
Big data and network analysis methods are appropriate tools for assuring complex and sophisticated knowledge in a given field of research. The massive amount of data generated in the healthcare could contribute to change the healing process and the quality of life of patients. In summary data can save lives.
The expertise and knowledge of the Healthcare Services and Management Training Centre enables to provide and accomplish complex network analyses from hypothesis through data clearance and visualization and highly complex graph analysis.

Experts: Miklós Szócska Dr., Tamás Joó, Gergő Merész, Edmond Girasek, Attila Borbás