Naturally, we plan to a zillions of wiki pages, but for now we will point to our external homepage: idrt.imise.uni-leipzig.de
aims at providing a set of tools to make life with i2b2 easier. Currently, it comprises of four main components:
1. IDRT Architecture and i2b2 Best Practices
While working with i2b2 and the IDRT tool suite, a number of how-to's and recommendations has been developed, covering an overview about the IDRT platform architecture, the level of modifier support in IDRT, best practices for performance optimization and ontology construction.
2. i2b2 Wizard
The i2b2 Wizard is a component for administrating an i2b2 instance: creating projects, creating users, maintaining server parameters and loading the i2b2 demodata provided by Harvard.
3. IDRT Import and Mapping Tool
The IDRT Import and Mapping Tool (IMT) has two missions: first, to load arbitrary source data in common formats like CSV, SQL or CDISC ODM into the i2b2 database and second, to provide a means to curate the i2b2 navigation ontology by creating, renaming and moving concepts or folders (or even mapping concepts to medical terminologies).
4. IDRT i2b2 Web Client Plugin
The IDRT i2b2 Web Client Plugin is an extension to the i2b2 webclient that supports the construct of i2b2 modifiers for export.
The IDRT project is a collaborative effort from the Department of Medical Informatics, University Medical Center Göttingen, the Chair of Medical Informatics, Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, and the Institute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Epidemiology (IMISE), University Leipzig, Germany. It was funded by a grant form TMF – Technology, Methods, and Infrastructure for Networked Medical Research, Berlin, Germany.
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