Trial Data / Platform Tour
Live Demo (Login required)
3. Guided Tour
Which projects are related to non-Hodgkin lymphoma?
- Type “non-Hodgkin Lymphoma” into the search bar or goto Human Diseases of the LHA and select “non-Hodgkin lymphoma” in the tree
- Select the project “German Lymphoma Alliance”
- You are now here: https://www.health-atlas.de/lha/7RX4165T77-8.
Which trials are available from the GLA?
- Scroll down to “Related items”
- Click on “DENSER-CHOP-14” in the “Studies” section; you are now here: https://health-atlas.de/lha/7WEY6U6T1K-7
Download studie data and metadata of the presented studie
- navigate through the tree by double clicking the data files
- No login/password is required to access metadata
- You need a login/password to access patient related data from this studie (see How to Contribute)
- You need a login/password to explore contents from this project
- Click on the i2b2 button of one of the data files
- Your are now redirected to the LHA instance of the i2b2 Query and Analysis Tool from the i2b2/tranSMART Foundation (see https://www.i2b2.org/)
- Enter login/password. If you are registered for more then one group select “DSHNHL”. You have access to all published trial-data of this group:
- In i2b2, look into upper left “Navigate Terms” click on “DSHNHL”. This opens all available trial data sets.
- The number to the right (e.g. 124) indicates how many patients own this “concept”
- Open “Demography/Sex; drag the concept “female” to “Group 1” on the right
- Open “EFS-Status”; drag “event” to “Group 2” on the right
- Click “Run Query”; check “Age patient breakdown” (scroll a little)
- Click “Ok”; your just performed an sql join statement…
- See result in in “Graph Results”: 24 patients are found. For age distribution scroll “Graph Results” down a little
I2b2 queries can be much more complex. A complete introduction to the i2b2 system goes beyond the scope of this tour. Besides the included “Help”-Button on the upper right, there a many public i2b2-manuals available; e.g from Boston University:
- http://cri.uchicago.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/i2b2_quick_start_v1.pdf a nice pdf manual
- http://sites.bu.edu/bu-i2b2/intro-to-i2b2/ a nice web intro