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Corona virus – free decision support offered

Dear all, Given the worldwide pandemic and disastrous effects of the corona-virus (SARS-CoV2 / COVID-19 disease), I would like to offer the opportunity for any country to have interactive decision support for free to combat the current crisis. Interactive guidelines are calculators can be implemented rapidly if good flow charts or score tables are available…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind update 4.2

Since this week a new major NeuroMind update is available for iOS and Android, adding 2 new features that I am happy with. Subtitles They’re back again, the descriptions below the title of the classification system, and you can also search on them. The Guideline GREG backend developed by EverywhereIM.com needed some modifications to allow…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind temporary issues

As you may have noticed there are some issues with the current version of NeuroMind. It is currently offline in Google Play for technical reasons and also the look & feel has some issues. I am working on a solution which should be available within ~ 2 months (I guess). Will be back!! Apologies for any…Continue Reading…

ebook “fundamentals of clinical data science” available now!

The NFU-supported ebook on the Fundamentals of Clinical Data Science is available now as a PDF or EBUF free download from the Springer Open website! The print version will appear Jan-Feb 2019. Stay tuned for the update of www.clinicaldatasciencebook.com which is scheduled for mid Jan 2019. Happy new year!!

OrthoRef 3.0 available from App Store

For my orthopedic colleagues I also updated OrthoRef for iOS to version 3.0 using the same framework that NeuroMind benefits from. This update contains many improvements, such as: Completely redeveloped for offline access while maintaining security standards. Favorites added Split View added for iPhone 6(s) Plus and iPad Universal version for iPhone and iPad Compatible…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 3 available from App Store!

I am very proud to inform you that the best NeuroMind version ever is now available as a free download from the App Store! NeuroMind 3 contains many improvements, such as: Completely redeveloped for offline access while maintaining security standards. Favorites added! Split View added for iPhone 6(s) Plus and iPad Export of decision support data…Continue Reading…

Accessing Ubuntu 14.04 from Remote Desktop

For a neuroimaging application I would like to access Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from my Windows desktop at work. Microsoft’s Remote Desktop protocol can be convenient for this and is also available for Mac OS X. These instructions from Tweaking4All worked perfect for me! Hope this helps you too…

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