By Titus Wu, Assistant News Director
At the University of Missouri, something is trending. With the right tweaks and changes, it could potentially transform the research world and even beyond. Professer Steve Van Doren, a MU Biochemistry Professor, along with his research assistant Jia Xu, has developed TREND, an acronym for TRack Equilibrium or Non-equilibrium shifts in Data.
According to the software’s website, “TREND is a software package that resolves the main trend(s) of change across a video, a series of spectra, or other measurements. TREND frees the user from manually choosing which features to monitor in complicated data, saving much time and effort. This reveals how the changes depend on time or other conditions.”
Titus Wu delves into the workings of the software and the potential impact it could generate.
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