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Isabel: Point of care diagnosis checklist. August 6, 2013 By Maylene Qiu Leave a Comment. Isabel is a diagnostic decision support checklist system. Two key features include a dynamic differential diagnostic checklist, and access to a number of textbooks, journals, web resources, and treatment guidelines and protocols.
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Posted: (3 months ago) This week I sat down with Judith Currano, Head of the Chemistry Library, and we took an even closer look at the apps on […] Filed Under: General Tagged With: android, apps, chemical structures, chemistry, ios, ipad, journal, journals. Mapmaking apps for Android.
General – Apps On Tap
Posted: (3 months ago) My Five: Apps for the private pilot from Heather Glaser. December 9, 2013 by Heather Glaser 1 Comment. Weekends are for flying! As a private pilot with VFR (visual flight rules) rating, here are the five apps I have come to rely on. ForeFlight – This app is a must for all private pilots.
gps – Apps On Tap
Posted: (1 months ago) UPDATE: Two articles in the series have been posted: Mapmaking apps for Android Fulcrum: Data collection for iOS Your smartphone is a powerful data collector. Photos, notes, videos… everything you create can be geolocated. So finding apps to create GPS-enriched data, export it, and produce amazing projects for class should be easy, right?
Smart Voice Recorder – Apps On Tap
Posted: (13 days ago) Well, I bought my Nexus 5 straight from Google, which means that while my phone does have some “bloatware” (a term for pre-installed apps and software) it’s mostly just Google related apps like Google Chrome, Google Drive, and Google Now. It also means that it doesn’t have a lot of bloatware associated with other phones, such as a built ...
Mapmaking apps for Android – Apps On Tap
Posted: (5 months ago) Map Apps MyTracks. Free. Google. I thought a non-Google app might have a fighting chance in this game, but I was wrong. Google’s MyTracks is the best app I’ve tried. I’ve been using it for years to track bike rides, but had no idea how feature-rich it was until I put it to the test against other apps. It’s easy to use and easy on the eye.
dotporter – Apps On Tap
Posted: (1 months ago) 3d access anatomy android app apple apps audio blackberry blackboard box canvas chemistry citations cloud coursera courseware data databases dropbox ebooks evernote exams facebook finals fun gis google Google Drive google maps gps hackathon ios ipad iphone journals kindle kml libraries library links we like mac mapping maps medicine medline ...
Observing PennApps at the Kislak Center – Apps On Tap
Posted: (11 days ago) Two projects were Android apps that took opposite stances on privacy and lifestyle. SplitStore was an innovative idea to break up files uploaded to services like Dropbox into pieces and upload each piece to a different service, to keep the NSA or other entities from reading one’s files. Of course, this project was inspired by current events.