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Real Time Web-based Data Monitoring and Manipulation System to Improve Translational Research Quality
Matthew Nwokejizie Anyanwu, Venkateswara Ra Nagisetty, Emin Kuscu, Teeradache Viangteeravat
Pages - 194 - 200     |    Revised - 31-01-2011     |    Published - 08-02-2011
Volume - 4   Issue - 6    |    Publication Date - February  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Data monitorinh, Health Management, Clinical Trial,, Data Manipulation,, Basic Research
ABSTRACT
The use of the internet technology and web browser capabilities of the internet has provided researchers/scientists with many advantages, which includes but not limited to ease of access, platform independence of computer systems, relatively low cost of web access etc. Hence online collaboration like social networks and information/data exchange among individuals and organizations can now be done seamlessly. In practice, many investigators rely heavily on different data modalities for studying and analyzing their research/study and also for producing quality reports. The lack of coherency and inconsistencies in data sets can dramatically reduce the quality of research data. Thus to prevent loss of data quality and value and provide the needed functionality of data, we have proposed a novel approach as an ad-hoc component for data monitoring and manipulation called RTWebDMM (Real Time Web-based Data Monitoring and Manipulation) system to improve the quality of translational research data. The RTWebDMM is proposed as an auditor, monitor, and explorer for improving the way in which investigators access and interact with the data sets in real time using a web browser. The performance of the proposed approach was evaluated with different data sets from various studies. It is demonstrated that the approach yields very promising results for data quality improvement while leveraging on a web-enabled environment.
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Dr. Matthew Nwokejizie Anyanwu
- United States of America
manyanwu@memphis.edu
Mr. Venkateswara Ra Nagisetty
- United States of America
Dr. Emin Kuscu
- United States of America
Dr. Teeradache Viangteeravat
University of Tennessee Health Science Center - United States of America