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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: A Practical Method for Transforming Free-Text Eligibility Criteria into Computable Criteria.

Steps in automated generation of ERGO Annotations.

Samson W. Tu, et al. J Biomed Inform. ;44(2):239-250.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: A Practical Method for Transforming Free-Text Eligibility Criteria into Computable Criteria.

Predefined OWL ontology to illustrate how ERGO Annotations may be used to classify criteria and to search for.

Samson W. Tu, et al. J Biomed Inform. ;44(2):239-250.
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Figure 2. From: A Practical Method for Transforming Free-Text Eligibility Criteria into Computable Criteria.

ERGO Annotations. (a) A simple statement annotation for a noun phrase composed of five terms combined together using OR; (b) a comparison statement annotation for an assessment of Framingham risk score greater than 0.2.

Samson W. Tu, et al. J Biomed Inform. ;44(2):239-250.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: A Practical Method for Transforming Free-Text Eligibility Criteria into Computable Criteria.

The GELLO expression language assumes a patient data model that may includes an Observation class that has properties `effectiveTime' (an interval with high and low limits), `code' consisting of a coded concept (e.g., terminology and code), and `value' that may be a coded concept or a physical quantity that has a value and unit.

Samson W. Tu, et al. J Biomed Inform. ;44(2):239-250.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: A Practical Method for Transforming Free-Text Eligibility Criteria into Computable Criteria.

(a) A possible user interface for specifying a conjunction of disjunctive queries. Clicking on the “More” button refreshes the screen and creates a new set of OR subqueries. The button allows the creation of a new comparison ERGO Annotation as shown in Figure 3 (b) or a new noun phrase ERGO Annotation as shown in Figure 3 (c).
Figure 3 (c). A possible user-interface for specifying a noun phrase such as “Tuberculosis of intrathoracic lymph nodes, confirmed histologically,” initially consisting of a primitive noun and its adjectival modifiers. By clicking on the “More” button, a user can specify additional modifier attributes and noun phrases. Tool support can easily facilitate the task of searching terminological references such as primitive nouns and adjectival modifiers.

Samson W. Tu, et al. J Biomed Inform. ;44(2):239-250.

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