Quick Notes 6

My first post on Big Data! The header has link to the Dropbox folder. The prepend highlight will dictate all the important takeaways. The references are listed at end of the document. My opinion is listed in the block quote. I will be refining this workflow in the future. I needed this as a proof … Continue reading Quick Notes 6

Big Data in Radiation Oncology

Introduction Highlight [306]: “big data” often refers to extensive records on a large number of patients, consisting of either structured or unstructured clinical information that can include patient characteristics, diagnostic and treatment history, genomic and molecular data, and sometimes billing history. Highlight [306]: Since big datasets usually contain real-world information, their use could bridge gaps … Continue reading Big Data in Radiation Oncology

Quick Notes 5

Made some more cosmetic changes. Twitter timeline added. Some widgets added. Tags displayed on the sidebar. I remain a huge fan of tags (and semantic ontology). It deserves a blogpost (and a paper too). I will be updating it soon. The theme displays well in the dark mode as well. I might tinker with the … Continue reading Quick Notes 5

Dropbox Folder for Papers

I have set up a Dropbox folder to share the papers. The folders (and their contents) will be schematically organised according to the themes of the papers being discussed. I would be using HighlightsApp on Mac to annotate papers. The primary concern was that the annotations should be visible in other applications. I had earlier … Continue reading Dropbox Folder for Papers