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Qiagram Slides 2011 05

  1. 1. Business Intelligence Software For Inquisitive Minds
  2. 2. Typical Scientific Data Workflow Acquisition Exploration Analysis Analysis1. Data Acquisition 3.Data Analysis• Excel, Access, homebrews • SAS, R• (Electronic?!) forms, notes • Spotfire• LIMS & instruments output • Tableau• Labmatrix forms & records • Statisticians 2. Data Exploration• Other enterprise resources • etc…• etc… • Easy, graphical queries • ETL & data cleaning tools • Formulas & calculations • Visualize charts & graphs 2
  3. 3. Once you have: 1. Collected… () 2. Standardized… (Not yet? Use built-in data cleaning tools) 3. Normalized… (Not yet? Use built-in formula calculation tools)…some, or all of your project data, how do you best make use of them?
  4. 4. The Problem: subject matter experts having to go through a(limited) pipeline of IT expertise to answer complex questionsabout their domain-specific data. DB DB ITDB DB Programmers DBPiles of project data Domain experts with manyfrom various sources complex data questions
  5. 5. Clashing of ExpertiseDomain Experts / Researchers IT / Programmers DNA! Primary key! Biomarkers! Data type! Transcription! Object model!• Can’t access data by myself • Too many throw-away or one-off• My data inquiries are taking project requests too long to process • They keep changing their minds• I have many more inquiries about how to cut the data but afraid to ask • Nothing is standardized• IT misinterprets my inquiries • No prioritization: using brute• Changed my mind about force approach to grind through inquiries in process already all data instead of critical path• Data result doesn’t look right • Could use more domain• Didn’t IT know I need to relate expertise when processing piles A with B in this specific way? of complex data• … • …
  6. 6. 1. Common workspaceThe Solution: 2. Shared “language” IT / Programmers DB DB All raw & prepared data can be centralized here. The data processes and data queries are shown DB DB centralize graphically, so they are easily understood by both IT and domain experts. DB Domain Experts
  7. 7. Symbiotic ExpertiseDomain Experts / Researchers IT / Programmers• Can explore data by myself • Centralized environment to• Get results from complex questions prepare and present data sets in minutes instead of weeks • Built-in import, data cleaning,• Gain actionable insights even from standardization & ontology tools rough or messy data (within • Centrally manage data access and institutional guidelines) audit all changes and activities• Visually share interesting data • Prepare and fix data issues with queries with colleagues guided priority from end-users• Visually share data workflows and • Develop & reuse code for projects issues with IT personnel via programmatic interface• Help IT identify data issues and • Self-serve model allows IT to work prioritize fixes on other things• … • …
  8. 8. Symbiotic Expertise = smarter & less IT efforts, faster & better data access for domain experts SEA OF DATA With the ability to explore data easily, domain experts can quicklyidentify relevant data, gain actionable insights, and better drive efforts
  9. 9. How does work?Step 1. Drag & drop a set of data Step 3. Expand the scope and detail ofon top of another. your question with additional data sets, filter conditions, calculations, or other kinds of transformations as necessary. Patients Meds CombineStep 2. Data sets are intelligently Pivotand automatically connected to Result Resulteach other. Set 1 Set 2 Filter Patients Patients on Meds Each “node” is live, so you can retrieve Filter and review the results from each step Meds as you build a complex query. You are now trained in using Qiagram.
  10. 10. Current Client Application Areas:• Clinical & Translational Research• Biomarker Discovery• Healthcare Data Utilization/Consumption• In silico Clinical Trial Feasibility• Consortium Collaborations• Cheminformatics Research• …
  11. 11. Case Study: Common Problem in Translational Research Cryptic DB you’ll never have easy access to
  12. 12. Qiagram: our award-winning “draw-your-question”The Solution interface - SQL or programming training NOT required! Just drag & drop, and run your query!
  13. 13. Qiagram: a visual data query toolExample 1: “reporting & operational statistics” data query
  14. 14. Qiagram: a visual data query toolExample 2: hypothesis-driven data exploration
  15. 15. Qiagram: a better BI tool for translational research (TR) Traditional BI TR InformaticsBudget $$$ $Purpose Operational ExploratoryQuestions Simple ComplexData Cleaning & Precursor to Parallel to meaningfulStandardization meaningful queries queriesData Sources Well understood Ever-changingData organization Hierarchical Ad hocPerspective Static IndividualizedCollaboration Limited Extensive... the exploratory & discovery nature of TR requires tools specifically designedfor TR endeavors, instead of shoe-horning traditional BI technologies. 15
  16. 16. Many ways to get data into the system: Large Flat DB DB An enterprise, scalable solution that Files DB Federation communicates with all data sources Engine SQL Scripts DB tab-delimited text Data SOAP ETL Transformer Framework Web Forms, Data Files HTTP WEB UI .TXT Qiagram Core API Java Objects Enterprise RMI RMI API System DB Qiagram XML Enterprise SOAP Custom Web Framework System Services
  17. 17. KEY FRAMEWORK FEATURESCentralize Data: web-accessible system enables immediate data staging, multi-site collaboration, data/site management, data QA/review/reports, and instant dataquerying results; scalable enterprise deploymentClean & Standardize: improve data quality via built-in data cleaning andstandardization tools; establish or import vocabularies & standardized data modelsEnforce User Roles & Permissions: flexible configurations of howdifferent users/groups/TAs can access specific data sets in collaborative settingsMaintain Security & Compliance: transmit data securely, facilitateregulatory compliance, and track all data changes via detailed audit logs in thisHIPAA/PHI-compliant system; customizable data backup & recovery plansIntegration & Interoperability: multiple interfaces to communicate withother data systems in your IT infrastructure; vocabulary & ontology definitions
  18. 18. Qiagram: accolades Proprietary & Confidential