Since its launch in 2017, the HDSI has worked across Harvard to unite leading computer scientists, statisticians, and domain experts from law, business, public policy, education, medicine, public health, and myriad academic disciplines to derive meaningful and actionable insights that shape the new science of data. Its research drives data-driven policy and analyzes implications of big data for human society. We welcome your interest and hope you will explore this site to learn more.
News from the HDSI
Harvard Data Science Twitter
- 🗣Call for Abstracts🗣 Third Annual Conference on Graduate Research in Science and Technology Studies #GRiSTS “Re-centering the Social: Technoscience in Crisis Times” 13-15 Oct 2022 @Kennedy_School Abstracts due Aug 29. t.co/xiU4Zw51M6
- Register now for our next event: an intro to Git and GitHub with R and RStudio on August 18th! Have you ever wondered how to track changes and collaborate with peers on your code? We'll teach you! Be sure to register so you don't miss out! #rstats #git #github #DataScience t.co/bfdzzonCQw
- Some big picture reflections after participating in a summer book club sponsored by @harvard_data 🙂 Would love to hear your thoughts! t.co/IznE2jxFTW
- Over the past year, CrisisReady has launched several new research initiatives, workshops & tools to improve emergency and public health response, and advance the integration of novel data into these domains. Learn more in CrisisReady's 2022 annual report: t.co/6MnGYs498b t.co/KGhmA0j1ky
- 🧵We are so excited to announce our first two Data + Donuts events of the fall 2022 semester! 🍩All will be open to both in-person & virtual attendance. Read on for details! (1/3)
From the Harvard Data Science Review
A Telescopic, Microscopic, and Kaleidoscopic View of Data Science
The latest special issue: Differential Privacy for the 2020 U.S. Census: Can We Make Data Both Private and Useful?
The Harvard Data Science Review Podcast