PADE: Supporting Collaborative Visual Analysis of Patient Administrative Systems Data with a Large Touch Display System
This video shows how the PADE system might be used to conduct data analyses. It complements the paper by showing a temporal perspective on the interaction techniques presented in the paper. First, it shows individual interaction techniques. Secondly, it shows a small analysis that seeks to illustrate the distribution of male and female admissions across hospitals in the capital region. Finally, it shows the analysis that is described in Section 5 of the paper. (86.10Mb)
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AbstractWe present PADE, a visual analytics tool for collaboratively exploring data from patient administrative systems on large touch displays in meeting contexts. Large touch displays are becoming commercially available, but we have limited knowledge about how they might be used in such a context. We designed PADE based on inquiries with healthcare data analysts tasked with understanding expenses in a healthcare system that serve about six million residents. Our goals in designing the system were to enable the analysts to collaboratively construct hypotheses, quickly generate and execute strategies, and support ad hoc discussions and Q&A sessions during meetings. We created a set of interaction techniques that let users create new visualizations and combine parts of existing ones. We illustrate these possibilities through a collaborative analysis scenario. Finally, we discuss the possibilities and limitations of PADE, its interaction techniques, and future work in this direction.
This project was funded in part by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 753816
CitationKnudsen, S., & Hornbæk, K. (2019). PADE: Supporting Collaborative Visual Analysis of Patient Administrative Systems Data with a Large Touch Display System. "2019 IEEE Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare (VAHC)" conference paper. pp. 1-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/VAHC47919.2019.8945039
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
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