Natural language explanations for structured databases

Author: Georgia Koutrika, Athena, Greece Data is a prevalent part of every business and scientific domain, but its explosive volume and increasing complexity make data querying challenging even for experts. Nowadays, the value of natural language interfaces to...

Astrophysics in INODE: Our Colorful Universe

Author: Srividya Subramanian and  Maximilian Fabricius, MPE, Germany. Night sky has fascinated humankind ever since its emergence from evolution. The advancements in technologies over time has only inspiredus to dive deep into Space.  Objects which emit a bluer light...

Cancer Research in INODE: Analyzing Biomarkers

Author: Tarcisio Mendes de Farias and Frédéric Bastian, SIB, Switzerland What is cancer? A simplified definition of cancer is “a malignant tissue growth resulting from uncontrolled cell proliferation”. A microscopic cancer may frequently grow in the human body, but...

Data Exploration Pipelines

Author: Sihem Amer-Yahia, Mourad Boumaout, Aurélien Personnaz, CNRS France Data Exploration (DE) can be defined as the act of querying, searching and analyzing data in an iterative manner. What makes it an appealing research topic is its evolving nature.DE has seen...

Introduction to INODE

Author: Kurt Stockinger, Zurich University of Applied Sciences In this blog post, we give a brief overview of which problem INODE solves, which approaches INODE uses and highlight the major challenges. We also provide links for further reading. 1 Which Problem does...