Monday 4 June 2018 Location: UCP, third floor, 3.18 Time: 4 PM–5 PM
Laura Bringmann & Jojanneke Bastiaansen
“Time to get personal? Crowdsourcing one individual time-series dataset to multiple analysts?”
Content of the next iLab meeting (4 June 2018):
Ecological momentary assessments (EMA) is increasingly used in clinical research and has great promise for clinical practice as well. In this international and multidisciplinary project led by iLab we further study its potential: 12 different research groups independently analyze one EMA dataset of a single patient measured for 30 days. Each research group is then asked to provide clinical recommendations based on their results. Our main question is how much analytical approaches vary between researchers and to what extent this affects clinical recommendations.