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Medical informatics and statistics 1 [ULI/MIS-DM1/15]

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Medical Informatics

Medical Informatics

Medical informatics represents a science where the data, information and knowledge from the area of medicine and health care are systematically processed. Therefore, informatics itself is an essential part of medicine affecting health care system as well as education of its employees. Presentations here are intended to be used as introduction to the study of this area.

 
author: Jaroslav Majerník | discipline: Medical Informatics and Information Science | published on: 24.9.2016 | last modified on: 17.9.2019 | Creative Commons License

Databases in MS Access

Databases in MS Access

The database tools allow collecting, storage, handling and evaluation of different types of information. Using a database one can store data about persons, goods, services etc. In contrast to spreadsheet programs the databases usually uses several separate and interconnected tables to minimize duplicate records. The data can be easily accessed, managed and updated; regardless the database content is bibliographic, text, numeric or even graphical.

 
author: Jaroslav Majerník | discipline: Medical Informatics and Information Science | published on: 28.11.2010 | last modified on: 30.9.2018

Introduction to (bio)statistics

Introduction to (bio)statistics

Biostatistics represents a collection of methods for planning biological experiments, obtaining various medical data, and then organizing, summarizing, presenting, analyzing, interpreting, and drawing conclusions. Our primary goal is to provide the students the basic information needed to be able to interpret the types of studies, as well as to perform basic analyses.

 
author: Jaroslav Majerník | discipline: Medical Informatics and Information Science | published on: 9.11.2010 | last modified on: 22.3.2018 | Creative Commons License