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LIMSjournal - Fall 2017
Volume 3, Issue 3
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LIMSjournal - Fall 2017: Volume 3, Issue 3

This collection of 13 open-access journal articles loaded to LIMSwiki in July–September 2017 is compiled as a convenient, easy-to-access compilation. It is organized alphabetically by topic and then by author, with the author and publication year appearing at the end for your convenience.

1. Bioinformatics
Bioinformatics: Indispensable, yet hidden in plain sight? (Bartlett et al. 2017)
Bioinformatics education in pathology training: Current scope and future direction (Clay and Fisher 2017)
Predicting biomedical metadata in CEDAR: A study of Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO) (Panahiazar et al. 2017)
Rapid development of entity-based data models for bioinformatics with persistence object-oriented design and structured interfaces (Tsur 2017)
2. Health, public health, and clinical informatics
Comprehending the health informatics spectrum: Grappling with system entropy and advancing quality clinical research (Bellgard et al. 2017)
Clinical note creation, binning, and artificial intelligence (Deliberato et al. 2017)
PathEdEx – Uncovering high-explanatory visual diagnostics heuristics using digital pathology and multiscale gaze data (Shin et al. 2017)
3. LIMS, LIS, and ELN
FluxCTTX: A LIMS-based tool for management and analysis of cytotoxicity assays data (Faria-Campos et al. 2015)
Electronic lab notebooks: Can they replace paper? (Kanza et al. 2017)
Laboratory information system – Where are we today? (Lukić 2017)
Electronic laboratory notebooks in a public–private partnership (Vaas et al. 2016)
4. Miscellaneous informatics
Energy informatics: Fundamentals and standardization (Huang et al. 2017)
Earth science data analytics: Definitions, techniques and skills (Kempler and Matthews 2017)