Data Scientists Pty Ltd has been providing data science services for organisations across the world since 2008. Our vision is to build modern day compasses, powered by data science to direct individuals and organisations towards achieving their goals. By 2020 we aim to be supporting more than 100 data-driven projects that create world-centred value. Our mission is to create data-driven systems that support sustainable success.
Curtin University ran the Australian Work Exposure Study and required data science services in software development.
Goodline is a construction and maintenance company that serves the mining industry and required expert data science services after undergoing rapid growth to support growing needs in its underlying core software programs and datasources.
Data Scientists Pty Ltd provide Monash University with support in epidemiology research. Mesothelioma is a cancer of the protective lining of the body cavities and internal organs, such as the lungs, heart and bowel. Asbestos is the main cause of mesothelioma.
AsiaLymph is a research study being run by the National Institute of Cancer, Data Scientists Pty Ltd provides technical assistance in data management, software development and data analysis.
The aim of this project was to develop a set of software tools that allowed nucleotide and protein sequence data of Australian interest to be more discoverable.
Data Scientists Pty Ltd provide data science services in data management and software development for the Queen's University in Belfast performing the Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: an In-depth Case-control Study (MOSAICC)
Data Scientists Pty Ltd provide award winning support for leading the data scientist project of building big data infrastructure for the Creative Industries Faculty.
The iShark project involved the development of a mobile application that enabled guests at underwater world Mooloolaba gain an interactive and immersive experience with the exhibits.
The Breast Cancer Environment and Employment study (BCEES) is a three year study looking at the role of exposures at work and in the community as risk factors for breast cancer.