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8 critical components of great data visualization (with examples)

8 critical components of great data visualization (with examples) | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it
Data visualization is the art and practice of gathering, analyzing, and graphically representing empirical information.

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Vittle: Turn your iPad into a Recordable Video Whiteboard

Vittle: Turn your iPad into a Recordable Video Whiteboard | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Vittle lets you quickly capture any idea, and share them with anyone to view on their own time.

Vittle works like a magic whiteboard that records what you write and say:

Annotate and sketch using the ultra-smooth ink of our proprietary Inkflow Engine,Resize and move anything around the page,Zoom in to focus on key points,Visually navigate through even complex topics.

Use Vittle to build a video library on any subject. It is also a powerful tool for collaborating across time and space with any number of people.


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Bonnie Bracey Sutton's comment, August 26, 2013 7:42 AM
Looks interesting,thanks.
Vicki Mast's curator insight, September 13, 2013 11:24 AM

I just downloaded the free version which looks good, but may have to upgrade. The features look well worth the $3.99 price. You can move & resize your drawn objects, zoom in/out, etc. If you're working on creating "flipped classroom" videos, or how-to tutorials this may be what you need. Check out their website and user guide for the details.

D G Stevenson's curator insight, December 9, 2013 9:01 AM

Useful for explaining concepts in a visually interesting way. 

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Visual Mapping: Two iPad Apps for improving your computer mindmaps and presentations

Visual Mapping: Two iPad Apps for improving your computer mindmaps and presentations | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

"During my visual mapping training in Spain and in France, people often ask me where I've found the images and icons I use in my presentations and visual maps. Most of these images are created using two powerful and intuitive iPad Apps: Paper and Tayasui Sketches. Here are some details and examples."


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SPARQL-RW : Ontology Mapping and SPARQL Query Rewriting in the Web of Linked Data

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The SPARQL-RW Framework provides a method for SPARQL query rewriting, with respect to a set of predefined mappings between ontology schemas.
To this end, a set of rich and flexible mapping types
are supported by the SPARQL-RW Framework.

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Baidu: We Do Semantic Search Better Than Google - Search Engine Watch

Baidu: We Do Semantic Search Better Than Google - Search Engine Watch | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Baidu: We Do Semantic Search Better Than GoogleSearch Engine WatchWhile it makes its way to my part of the world (Hong Kong), Baidu is claiming this is not new as the Chinese search giant has been dabbling in semantic search since 2009.

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Sony teases new smart watch as Apple 'iWatch' speculation lingers

Sony teases new smart watch as Apple 'iWatch' speculation lingers | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Sony has begun hyping the debut of a smart watch wrist-worn accessory at next week's Mobile Asia Expo, potentially expanding its role in a nascent market that Apple is also rumored to be eyeing.


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REMI BLUM-JONQUIERES's curator insight, June 23, 2013 9:04 AM

After the Smartphone, the beginning of a new personal assistant. Next step a 3D hologram in produced by the watch in the air?

 

Patricia Alves's comment, June 24, 2013 8:49 AM
adorei a ideia
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BUSCADOR SEMÁNTICO CON JENA Y MYSQL – Parte 1 « Luis2103's Blog

BUSCADOR SEMÁNTICO CON JENA Y MYSQL – Parte 1 « Luis2103's Blog | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Como primera instancia es necesario que tengamos nuestra ontología diseñada y exportada en un achivo rdf u owl. No voy a explicar cómo hacerlo pero pueden utilizar protege o topBraidComposer o cualquier otro ide para su ...


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Natural Language Processing Enhances EHR Use

www.MediSapien.com Presentation Outline: - Structured Data (CPT-4, ICD-9, ICD-10, RxNORM, SNOMED-CT, LOINC) is required for data mining and interoperability ...

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6 Big Data Analytics Use Cases for Healthcare

6 Big Data Analytics Use Cases for Healthcare | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

CIO — BOSTON—The increasing digitization of healthcare data means that organizations often add terabytes' worth of patient records to data centers annually.

At the moment, much of that unstructured data sits unused, having been retained largely (if not solely) for regulatory purposes. However, as speakers at the inaugural Medical Informatics World conference suggest, a little bit of data analytics know-how can go a long way.

 

It isn't easy, namely because the demand for healthcare IT skills far outpaces the supply of workers able to fill job openings, but a better grasp of that data means knowing more about individual patients as well as large groups of them and knowing how to use that information to provide better, more efficient and less expensive care.

Feature: 13 Healthcare IT Trends and Predictions for 2013

Here are six real-world examples of how healthcare can use big data analytics.

1. Ditch the Cookbook, Move to Evidence-Based Medicine

Cookbook medicine refers to the practice of applying the same battery of tests to all patients who come into the emergency department with similar symptoms. This is efficient, but it's rarely effective. As Dr. Leana Wan, an ED physician and co-author of When Doctors Don't Listen, puts it, "Having our patient be 'ruled out' for a heart attack while he has gallstone pain doesn't help anyone."

Dr. John Halamka, CIO at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, says access to patient data—even from competing institutions—helps caregivers take an evidence-based approach to medicine. To that end, Beth Israel is rolling out a smartphone app that uses a Web-based- drag-and-drop UI to give caregivers self-service access to 200 million data points about 2 million patients.

Analysis: Is Healthcare IT Interoperability (Almost) Here?

Admittedly, the health information exchange process necessary for getting that patient data isn't easy, Halamka says. Even when data's in hand, analytics can be complicated; what one electronic health record (EHR) system calls "high blood pressure" a second may call "elevated blood pressure" and a third "hypertension." To combat this, Beth Israel is encoding physician notes using the SNOMED CT standard. In addition to the benefit of standardization, using SNOMED CT makes data more searchable, which aids the research query process.

 

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d-Wise 's curator insight, April 25, 2013 11:36 AM

An interesting explanation as to why clinical data standards and adverse event naming conventions early on in clinical research are sooo important

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Proceso de búsqueda y recuperación de información (pdf)


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La Web 3.0 o web semántica | Blog de David Pla fotógrafo

La Web 3.0 o web semántica | Blog de David Pla fotógrafo | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it
El término “Web 3.0” no es nuevo ni mucho menos. Su primera aparición data del año 2006, cuando el fenómeno de la web 2.0 no había explotado aún, y el término fue acuñado en un artículo del gurú Jeffrey Zeldman (rey ...

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Gadgets para Running » Relojes y Medición

Gadgets para Running » Relojes y Medición | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Los mejores gadgets para Running... esta vez relojes y medición


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Ignacio Fernández Alberti's curator insight, August 24, 2014 4:35 PM

estupenda web y gran recopilación!

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IntuiFace - Build More Than Presentations. Create Experiences.

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IntuiFace is the next generation of presentation programs. Build interactive experiences for multi-touch displays, remote gesture devices like Microsoft Kinect and Leap Motion,

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Baiba Svenca's curator insight, September 15, 2013 12:54 PM

IntuiFace is an amazing innovative platform with multi-touch, gesture recognition features for creating interactive presentations. There are examples and tutorials to help you get started.

Incredible but there is a free version which lets you explore the software and see if it is right for you.

 

Thanks for the suggestion to Paolo Tosolini.

Melanie Holcombe's curator insight, September 20, 2013 4:50 AM

need to try this

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Tapestry: Beautiful Storytelling

Tapestry: Beautiful Storytelling | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it
Tapestry is a growing collection of short, wonderful stories made for reading on your phone.

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Hendrika GREEN's curator insight, July 26, 2013 5:51 PM

Could be inspirational to reluctant readers and writers!

Kim Spence-Jones's curator insight, August 2, 2013 12:31 PM

Could this be an unusual cool way to get your message across?

Marlo Perez's curator insight, August 3, 2013 9:10 PM

want to try this one

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Apple iWatch near launch? Apple trademarks 'iWatch' in Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey, Colombia

Apple iWatch near launch? Apple trademarks 'iWatch' in Mexico, Taiwan, Turkey, Colombia | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it
It's the strongest confirmation yet that iWatch is real, and perhaps that it is imminent.

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Dale Ader's curator insight, July 7, 2013 3:42 PM

This is worth having...

nearbee's comment, July 8, 2013 8:39 AM
La folie des montres va reprendre!!
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Google's knowledge graph: here comes the ontology

Google's knowledge graph: here comes the ontology | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

Google introduces new feature to search, the knowledge graph. This product allows Google search to grab information on the search topic and display it beside search results, by using the idea of searching for "things not strings". Bernhard Rieder explains more.

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CREAN UN TRADUCTOR ONLINE TAN AVANZADO QUE NO ... - radiopolar.com

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CREAN UN TRADUCTOR ONLINE TAN AVANZADO QUE NO ...
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Según se explica en la web del proyecto, el sistema utiliza gramáticas semánticas de dominio específico e interlingua basadas en ontologías.
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Situación actual del Proyecto de Historia Clínica Digital del Sistema Nacional de Salud (HCDSNS) : Blog Doctor ELMS

Situación actual del Proyecto de Historia Clínica Digital del Sistema Nacional de Salud (HCDSNS) : Blog Doctor ELMS | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

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IBM's Watson starts its medical career

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IBM’s Dr. Watson of Jeopardy! fame has finally completed its residency and fellowships and, presumably to its creators’ utter delight, is now a practicing oncologist.The prodigy “cognitive system” completed its training in less than a year at the illustrious Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and although only proficient in lung cancer right now, Dr. Watson’s career as an advisor to oncologists everywhere is off to a great start.

A recently released video demonstration shows Dr. Watson in action, researching, evaluating and treating a 37 year old woman with newly diagnosed stage IV lung cancer in his advisory capacity to a hurried and pretty uninspiring human oncologist. Regardless of the slightly weird scenario, it is worth noting that in a fraction of a second Dr. Watson, scours 3,469 text books, 69 guidelines, 247,460 journal articles 106,054 other clinical documents and 61,540 clinical trials, and evaluates their contents against the patient’s EMR to identify need for further diagnostic tests and treatment options for this patient. Being an exceedingly helpful advisor, Dr. Watson quickly reads the entire EMR and uses his trained processing power to eliminate all the clutter in the EMR, presenting to the human doctor only information pertinent to this particular diagnosis. Ouch.

On the other side of town, ONC is busy apologizing for the sorry state of what it calls “interoperability”, blaming everything from the lack of standards to people’s inability to agree on a restricted set of vocabularies for the medical profession. According to the ONC philosophy of interoperability, only “computable” data can be exchanged or analyzed in a meaningful way. In other words, all medical professionals must learn to express themselves in a standardized way which computers can understand.  To that end we have ICD-9, ICD-10, SNOMED-CT, LOINC, RxNorm and all sorts of other terminologies and vocabularies aimed at restricting the English language to the limited computational abilities of available EMR software. How do you say “Mr. Smith is a pleasant 82 year old gentleman with a sad demeanor” in SNOMED? You don’t. You dispense with the pleasantries (pun intended) and diagnose Mr. Smith with depression. The Sapir-Whorf linguistic relativity hypothesis is by no means a settled subject, but if it contains any truth and vocabulary does affect cognition, then how will restricting clinical vocabulary affect the cognitive abilities of its users over time? We don’t know, and frankly I am not interested in finding out.

The folks at IBM took a different route. Paraphrasing Sir Francis Bacon, loosely quoted as, “If the mountain won’t come to Muhammad then Muhammad must go to the mountain”, Dr. Watson’s creators must have decided at some point that if the doctor won’t come to the computer then the computer must go to the doctor. Instead of framing the problem by asking how we can change human communications to better enable the current generation of computers to “understand” humans, IBM began by figuring out how to change computers to better enable them to understand current forms of human communications.

Thus, Dr. Watson learned to read books and articles and all sorts of “unstructured” information, because no matter how hard the powers to be are trying to fit the square peg of human language into the round hole of computer language, and tragically vice versa, most information generated by people is in their natural language and Dr. Watson was programmed to process natural language. So if Dr. Watson is able to “read” half a million pieces of text of various heft in a second or so, how long would it take for it to read an old fashioned paper chart, or an electronic rendition thereof? I am pretty sure that if you ask nicely, Dr. Watson would be happy to rearrange it for you in any way you choose, while pointing out the most pertinent parts to your current objective, highlighting discrepancies, missing and redundant information, all in a picosecond or less. And interestingly enough IBM developers thought it wise to take a generalized path to Watson’s education, instead of creating specialized Watsons each with linguistic abilities specific to a domain. Seems more human friendly that way…

The IBM Watson software line is not an EMR, but it can process and analyze information in an EMR. It is really an attempt at artificial intelligence consisting of a gigantic contextual search engine, coupled with lots of very sophisticated and self-generating algorithms to both analyze and inform the search itself. Watson doesn’t need to have the smoking status check box clicked in order to infer that the patient is or is not a smoker and doesn’t need to have a new standard defined before it can read a patient’s family history.

True, Watson is pretty new software and folks have been tinkering with natural language processing and artificial intelligence for half a century without much success, but things are beginning to coalesce now and technology in the next decade will look very different. Is it really wise for our government to spend so much money and invest so much effort in building and enforcing the use of tools that are becoming obsolete faster than they are created? My hat is off to the VA and DoD who gave up on the strange and expensive idea of building their own EMR from scratch (better late than never). I think it’s high time that other governmental agencies got out of the EMR design business as well, because there are companies out there whose core competency is technology and who have large enough innovation budgets to build the next generation of health IT.

Consider this: What if Dr. Watson had a few less educated siblings serving as medical secretaries, summarizing, abstracting and relaying information back and forth, on demand? All of a sudden the shape, form, functionality, standardization and all “meaningful” bells and whistles in an EMR are rendered irrelevant, and using Microsoft Word for typing or dictating your note is as good as using a “certified” EMR, or much better, because the context is so much clearer and so much more forthcoming.

Whether it can pass a Turing test or not yet, Dr. Watson is not a real doctor, and it will not be one in our lifetime. Dr. Watson has no free will and everything it knows is dictated by the corpus of knowledge made available to it by its creators or employers. There will be huge ethical and legal questions raised by software capable of supplanting human decision making processes, and software that can be centrally deployed and manipulated to this end. Even before that future arrives, it is worth noting that Dr. Watson is simultaneously employed in oncology clinics and by payers, and in my opinion, Dr. Watson has one button too many – the direct button to the insurance company, which will automatically approve payment for Dr. Watson’s top recommendations, but presumably not so much for other choices. Like all technologies, Watson embodies hope for the greater good along with great new perils for ordinary people. Leaving these philosophical questions aside for a moment, the only certain thing is that Dr. Watson is starting its brilliant new career by introducing a cure for one very painful disease that is reaching pandemic proportions amongst medical professionals: clicking boxes.


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¿Que es MEDTING? Habla Miguel Cabrer - vídeo #youtube

Breve presentación de Medting en Castellano (Evento Teleictus). Plataforma para compartir casos clínicos, imágenes y videos médicos. Integra SNOMED y Pubmed. Plataforma de conocimiento y telemedicina, red social para médicos. La versión enterprise permite crear espacios privados y exclusivos para organizaciones y grupos de trabajo.


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Integración de tecnología webcrawler en sistemas de gestión de fuentes de información: Desarrollo de la aplicación Cumulus2

El objetivo de la investigación es elaborar una herramienta especializada en la gestión de fuentes de información en ciencia y tecnología que, haciendo uso de las técnicas de de análisis parser, sea capaz de mejorar las capacidades de recuperación de contenidos en la unidad o centro de información y documentación; así como solucionar el actual problema que supone el alto nivel de obsolescencia de la literatura científica. En esta línea se ha tomado como base el programa Cumulus, al cual le ha sido integrado un programa webcrawler que actuará en fase de pre-catalogación, recuperando la mayor cantidad de información posible, correctamente identificada. Para ello, se presentan pruebas metodológicas y cuantitativas que permiten contrastar y repetir los resultados obtenidos. Finalmente, como resultado de la gestión y edición semi-automática de las fuentes de información, se presenta un modelo de directorio web para la correcta representación y visualización de los contenidos, atendiendo a los principios de usabilidad y accesibilidad web.


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10 datos de las redes sociales que tal vez no sabías

10 datos de las redes sociales que tal vez no sabías | Busquedas y Repositorios Semanticos Clinicos | Scoop.it

- ¿Sabías que los Tweet que contienen menos de 100 caracteres reciben un 17% mayor de enganche?

- ¿Sabías que las personas son más propensas a engancharse a contenido en Social Media que contenga imágenes (44%), actualizaciones de estado (40%), video (37%)?

- ¿Sabías que cuando una persona visita una página web toma menos de 0.2 segundos para que se haga una impresión de ella?

- ¿Sabías que 61% de los consumidores online de Estados Unidos han hecho alguna compra basados en la recomendación proveniente de un blog?

- ¿Sabías que los usuarios de Facebook tienen la más grande influencia en los rankings de Google en Estados Unidos?

- ¿Sabías que el 81% de los consumidores en línea de USA confían en la información y recomendación que hacen en los blogs?

- ¿Sabías que el 52% de los consumidores dicen que ellos dejan de seguir una marca en Facebook porque la información que suministran es repetitiva y aburrida?

- ¿Sabías que de las compañías B2B que tienen blogs el 67% tiene más clientes potenciales por mes?

- ¿Sabías que Pinterest está virtualmente empatada con Twitter -con un 3.6%- por la cantidad de tráfico que lleva a las páginas web?


 

Si no sabías estos datos, ahora ya los sabes.


 

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