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Michael Paterson, a smiling white man with short hair. Dr. Robert Platt, a white, bald, smiling man. Text reads: Federated analysis: state of the science collective learning series. Thursday, February 8. Health Data Research Network Canada logo at top.
Federated Analysis: State of the Science

Current Approaches for Distributed Analysis

Michael Paterson, Principal Investigator for CNODES Ontario, and Dr. Robert Platt,…

Image of Kim McGrail, a white woman with medium brown hair and glasses. Image of Robert Platt, a smiling, white, bald man. Text reads: Federated analysis: the state of the science collective learning series. Logo for HDRN Canada in white text on a dark blue background, is at top left.
Federated Analysis: State of the Science

Federated Analysis 101

Dr. Kim McGrail, HDRN Canada Scientific Director and Dr. Robert Platt,…

Michael Paterson, a smiling white man with short hair. Dr. Robert Platt, a white, bald, smiling man. Text reads: Federated analysis: state of the science collective learning series. Thursday, February 8. Health Data Research Network Canada logo at top.
Federated Analysis: State of the Science

Current Approaches for Distributed Analysis

Michael Paterson, Principal Investigator for CNODES Ontario, and Dr. Robert Platt, CNODES Executive Co-Lead, explore current approaches to federated analysis as well as their respective benefits and limitations through practical use cases and discussions.

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Image of Kim McGrail, a white woman with medium brown hair and glasses. Image of Robert Platt, a smiling, white, bald man. Text reads: Federated analysis: the state of the science collective learning series. Logo for HDRN Canada in white text on a dark blue background, is at top left.
Federated Analysis: State of the Science

Federated Analysis 101

Dr. Kim McGrail, HDRN Canada Scientific Director and Dr. Robert Platt, CNODES Executive Co-Lead, establish common understanding and language around federated analysis in a Canadian health data context. In examining the current state of the science, Drs. McGrail and Platt explain why federated analysis is needed and explore the challenges that motivate the need for it in the health data research space.

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