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Relational database or graph database? Why not have both?


Relational database or graph database? Why not have both?

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Excellent Article Tony. I have been playing with Neo4j myself for awhile, and you have me very excited as well. I am going to have to try this out. Thanks.
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Hi Toni,
very interesting paper.
I could be that I could use these ideas in the near future (I hope !).
Since I would like to do some tests it would be important for me to work with some realistic (sample) data. Are those publicly available ?
Thanks
Teodoro Marinucci
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teodorom (1/8/2014)
Hi Toni,
very interesting paper.
I could be that I could use these ideas in the near future (I hope !).
Since I would like to do some tests it would be important for me to work with some realistic (sample) data. Are those publicly available ?
Thanks
Teodoro Marinucci


Teodoro, unfortunately not. The SnomedCT thesaurus distribution files are only available to download under licence from the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (http://ihtsdo.org) or affiliated national organisations


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Good work. Good doc.

Can you, please, let me know when you have CRUD working?


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Interesting and very eclectic.
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Great work. On the one hand, I'd be really excited to try this out. On the other hand I hope I never have to.Hehe



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It is important to note that:

SNOMED more facilitates information input into an electronic record during patient care (OLTP in concept)
Conversly, ICD facilitates data retrieval for purposes outside of patient care (i.e. reporting/OLAP).

This is a nice solution for extending SNOMED to serve in the latter role; although, I believe there are efforts going on to map SNOMED to ICD (if it is even possible?).
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I like to think of NOSQL as meaning Not Only SQL rather than No SQL

Haha - perfect.

Thank you for writing this; one of the most interesting articles I've seen for a while.

I am interested to know how scalable this approach is. Have you performed any tests with, say, a hundred or more simultaneous connections all using your TVF in queries?


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sneumersky (1/8/2014)
It is important to note that:

SNOMED more facilitates information input into an electronic record during patient care (OLTP in concept)
Conversly, ICD facilitates data retrieval for purposes outside of patient care (i.e. reporting/OLAP).

This is a nice solution for extending SNOMED to serve in the latter role; although, I believe there are efforts going on to map SNOMED to ICD (if it is even possible?).

Mapping is available from SnomedCT to ICD10, ICD-O and OPCS4.
There is much work being done to facilitate the analytical role of SnomedCT and the approach described hereis part of that.


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