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Re: [Gnumed-devel] How to display your results

From: richard terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] How to display your results
Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2011 08:48:30 +1000
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On Thursday 07 July 2011 19:33:51 Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> If displaying lab results in a granular, tabular way is
> wrong per se I wonder why you do it as well.

I often wonder Karsten if our apparent disagreements are around interpretation 
of language.

The point I was trying to make was that trying to put a single textbox on the 
screen for each row of granular results is a waste of time - not that 
displaying the granular results is  the problem.

The html should be easy for you anyway - its just a matter of a <html></body>
<table>..... loop through each row of the results building the rows 



> On Thu, Jul 07, 2011 at 09:04:34AM +1000, richard terry wrote:
> > From my observation of one of the picture's Jim attatched I think you'll
> > find a re-think needed of your strategy - one of the things I think
> > gnuMed lacks is dealing with medical data in brush strokes as opposed to
> > pixels - always trying to confine it to textboxes of inadequate size.
> That's simply the same misunderstanding that's been iterated
> over the years.
> 1) granular data is stored in the backend
> 2) granular data is displayed in the frontend
> The only reason for 2) is that no one (including me,
> Richard, or Luke) has written a better display as of today.
> > There is only one logical way of displaying hl7
> That is, by definition, wrong. There never is "only one
> [whatever] way". GNUmed, by itself, has never claimed to
> know that way, as opposed to others.
> >  - is in html or an equivalent
> > - with which you  can do all sorts of fancy things, for example as shown
> > here highlighting ( or could put in web links, or links to decision
> > support etc), and also one can include images,
> I'd be glad if someone wrote that. No problem it would get
> included in GNUmed.
> > From the picture Jim included  I'd reckon your trying to stuff it into
> > textboxes, there is no way this will ever work or be useful in clinical
> > practice.
> If displaying lab results in a granular, tabular way is
> wrong per se I wonder why you do it as well.
> > I've done a few screen dumps of part of the screen display from one of my
> > patients notes to show how data can be displayed.
> That's very helpful.
> Since I'm not skilled at HTML I would need people to write
> that code.
> Karsten

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