In partnership with Exaptive, IDDO has created an open access, cloud-based knowledge graph for its COVID-19 clinical trial database. This initiative leveraged Exaptive’s virtual collaboration platform, the “Cognitive City”, to allow stakeholders to query data generated by IDDO’s living systematic review.
Exaptive’s platform is built upon a graph-based architecture at its core. This allows the systematic review data in IDDO’s REDCap relational database to be translated into a knowledge graph. Complexities like multiple arms per study are difficult to model in a tabular format compared to a network, which provides additional advantages such as easily storing taxonomies and ontologies alongside the data itself.
How to use
Further details of how to interact with the network visualisations are available on the right hand pane of the tool.
Multiple interactive dashboards are built on top of the graph to provide a simple interface to query the clinical trial repository. More advanced interactive network visualisations allow for ad-hoc exploration of the underlying data.
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Associated data and publications
Read the living systematic review and the protocol for this work. The underlying data used for this tool and extended data including variables and data dictionaries are available here.
Founded on the belief that radical innovation can be facilitated, Exaptive Inc. uses technology to assemble collaborators with a complementary mix of shared and unique perspectives and connect them to knowledge assets that can lead to the interdisciplinary ah-ha moments known as exaptations. Through its software platform, the Cognitive City, people, data, and analysis tools are linked together within an online virtual environment optimized for solving complex data-intensive challenges. Founded in 2011 in Boston, Exaptive is now based in Oklahoma City, and is led by David King.