Cloud-based Sandbox for Best Practices in Clinical Machine Learning

Project Description

A sandbox is an isolated testing environment that enables users to run programs or execute files without affecting the application, system, or platform on which they run. The sandbox allows developers to test programming code for optimal use of the tool. 

This sandbox project is designed to create a best practices platform for deploying and evaluating clinical machine learning tools and algorithms. The sandbox environment enables collaboration with the CTSA community to create a best practices platform for clinical machine learning that will provide community-vetted solutions to common challenges for data preparation, state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms, analysis of sources of bias, and evaluation/validation (e.g., as a collection of open-source Python libraries and Jupyter notebooks).

Tools & Cloud Infrastructure Core community meetings occur the last Tuesday of the month at 12 pm PT/3 pm ET. Contact data2health@gmail.com for meeting invitation.

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Tools & Cloud Infrastructure

Creating cloud compute infrastructure for shareable, scalable dissemination and execution of tools across CTSA hubs