Blog Redesign-Part 2

I have made a number of changes in the front and the backend. I needed a better redesign of the site. The most important change that you will notice is the native rendering of PDF's. I was using Scribd but it was pretty useless way to display annotations. The problem is solved now through means … Continue reading Blog Redesign-Part 2

Nailed it! My workflow for paper annotation

It was a good challenge. After weeks of experimentation, I finally could nail the workflow. Download paper from various sources after identifying the important context. Highlight the important aspects of paper. I am using PDF Expert for this (on Mac). Add my comments (which appear as block quotes) Extract annotations through an excellent web called … Continue reading Nailed it! My workflow for paper annotation

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

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