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LIMSjournal: 2015 Edition

This collection of 27 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in 2015 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic, with the first author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Bioinformatics
4273π: Bioinformatics education on low cost ARM hardware (Barker et al. 2013)
adLIMS: A customized open source software that allows bridging clinical and basic molecular research studies (Calabria et al. 2015)
iLAP: A workflow-driven software for experimental protocol development, data acquisition and analysis (Stocker et al. 2009)
Launching genomics into the cloud: Deployment of Mercury, a next generation sequence analysis pipeline (Reid et al. 2014)
MendeLIMS: A web-based laboratory information management system for clinical genome sequencing (Grimes et al. 2014)
Personalized Oncology Suite: Integrating next-generation sequencing data and whole-slide bioimages (Dander et al. 2014)
Requirements for data integration platforms in biomedical research networks: A reference model (Ganzinger et al. 2015)
SaDA: From sampling to data analysis—An extensible open source infrastructure for rapid, robust and automated management and analysis of modern ecological high-throughput microarray data (Singh et al. 2015)
SeqWare Query Engine: Storing and searching sequence data in the cloud (O’Connor et al. 2010)
University-level practical activities in bioinformatics benefit voluntary groups of pupils in the last 2 years of school (Barker et al. 2015)
2. Health informatics
Analyzing huge pathology images with open source software (Deroulers et al. 2013)
Basics of case report form designing in clinical research (Bellary et al. 2014)
Beyond information retrieval and electronic health record use: Competencies in clinical informatics for medical education (Hersh et al. 2014)
Factors associated with adoption of health information technology: A conceptual model based on a systematic review (Kruse et al. 2014)
Incorporating domain knowledge in chemical and biomedical named entity recognition with word representations (Munkhdalai et al. 2015)
Making big data useful for health care: A summary of the inaugural MIT Critical Data Conference (Badawi et al. 2014)
Medical informatics specialty in the developed English-speaking countries: The terminology comparative analysis (Kobryn 2015)
Return on investment in electronic health records in primary care practices: A mixed-methods study (Jang et al. 2014)
Support patient search on pathology reports with interactive online learning based data extraction (Zheng et al. 2015)
The evolution, use, and effects of integrated personal health records: A narrative review (Zieth et al. 2014)
Undertaking sociotechnical evaluations of health information technologies (Cresswell et al. 2014)
Unravelling the tangled taxonomies of health informatics (Barrett et al. 2014)
Use of handheld computers in clinical practice: A systematic review (Mickan et al. 2014)
Why health services research needs geoinformatics: Rationale and case example (Onega et al. 2014)
3. Miscellaneous
Benefits of the community for partners of open source vendors (Groganz 2011)
Generalized procedure for screening free software and open-source software applications (Joyce 2015)
Human–information interaction with complex information for decision-making (Albers 2015)