Owlready 0.1 has been released!

Owlready is a Python module for ontology-oriented programming. It can load OWL 2.0 ontologies and manipulate them transparently in Python.

Owlready 0.1 has been released and can be downloaded from PyPI (Python Package Index): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/Owlready

PyMedTermino at the european medical informatics conference MIE 2005

PyMedTermino has been presented at the european medical informatics conference (MIE 2015). The article is available online and the presentation here. Please cite it if you use PyMedTermino!

PyMedTermino: an open-source generic API for advanced terminology services.
JB Lamy, A Venot, C Duclos.
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2015 ; 210:924-928

PyMedTermino (Medical Terminologies for Python) is a Python module for easy access to the main medical terminologies in Python.

PyMedTermino 0.3.2 has been released!

PyMedTermino (Medical Terminologies for Python) is a Python module for easy access to the main medical terminologies in Python.

PyMedTermino 0.3.2 has been released; this version is a bugfix release that fix several bugs on the ICD10 module, and also a (very tiny) memory leak problem.

It can be downloaded from PyPI (Python Package Index): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyMedTermino

PyMedTermino 0.3.1 has been released!

PyMedTermino (Medical Terminologies for Python) is a Python module for easy access to the main medical terminologies in Python.

PyMedTermino 0.3.1 has been released; it now supports the latest 2015 version of SNOMED CT and ICD10 (including French ATIH translations and extensions). This version also extends the Thériaque support to include chemical and pharmacological classes, active and auxiliary substances, and mapping between them. Finally, an ordering system between VCM icons has been defined. It also fixes several bugs.

It can be downloaded from PyPI (Python Package Index): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyMedTermino

Je suis Charlie

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Would not the world be better with more cartoons and fewer guns?

With more humor and less fervor?

With more education and less religion?

Happy new year 2015!

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New chapter "A 2014 medical informatics perspective on clinical decision support systems"

I have published a new book chapter:

other [x14] Bouaud J, Lamy JB. A 2014 medical informatics perspective on clinical decision support systems: do we hit the ceiling of effectiveness? Yearbook of medical informatics 2014;9(1):163-6

BibReview 0.2

BibReview is a software for managing bibliographic database. Here is the latest version 0.2. This version fixes several bugs occurring when merging bases in different languages. It is now availabe on PyPI : https://pypi.python.org/pypi/BibReview !

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éClaircie 0.2

This second release of éClaircie, the static and cloud-less blog engine, fixes many bugs and adds support for posts in multiple categories. You can download it here: Download at PyPI.

New journal paper "Toward a Formalization of the Process to Select IMIA Yearbook Best Papers"

I have published a new journal paper:

journalif [j27] Lamy JB, Séroussi B, Griffon N, Kerdelhué G, Jaulent MC, Bouaud J. Toward a Formalization of the Process to Select IMIA Yearbook Best Papers. Methods of information in medicine 2015;54(2):135-44

PyMedTermino 0.3 has been released !

PyMedTermino (Medical Terminologies for Python) is a Python module for easy access to the main medical terminologies in Python.

PyMedTermino 0.3 has been released ; this version supports two new terminologies: MedDRA and CDF (from the French drug databank Thériaque). It also fixes several bugs.

It can be downloaded from PyPI (Python Package Index): https://pypi.python.org/pypi/PyMedTermino

New chapter "Medical Vocabulary, Terminological Resources and Information Coding in the Health Domain"

I have published a new book chapter:

other [x13] Duclos C, Burgun A, Lamy JB, Landais P, Rodrigues JM, Soualmia L, Zweigenbaum P. Medical Vocabulary, Terminological Resources and Information Coding in the Health Domain. Medical Informatics, e-Health - Fundamentals and Applications 2014;11-42, Springer

Balazar Safari Photo 0.1!

Here is the first version of Balazar Safari Photo, an amazing libre (GPL'ed) 3D action and puzzle game.

In Balazar Safari Photo, enter into a strange world to picture weird monsters! However be prudent since some of these monsters will be difficult. There are the "painful" ones, who run away from you, the "mimetic" that hide in the landscape... and there are the "dangerous", those that want to kill you!

But, for nature protection, Balazar Safari Photo is a non-violent game: you do not have the right to hurt these monsters, even the more dangerous ones!

This first version of the game includes 2 levels.

Download Balazar Safari Photo 0.1 here!

New journal paper "Improving access to clinical practice guidelines with an interactive graphical interface using an iconic language"

I have published a new journal paper:

journalif [j24] Pereira S, Hassler S, Hamek S, Boog C, Leroy N, Beuscart-Zéphir MC, Favre M, Venot A, Duclos C, Lamy JB. Improving access to clinical practice guidelines with an interactive graphical interface using an iconic language. BMC medical informatics and decision making 2014;14(1):77