Currently, there are three iDASH Driving Biological Projects (DBPs) to motivate, inform, and support innovations in research methods and approaches –– the core of the deployment of a national iDASH Biomedical Cyberinfrastructure. A key goal of iDASH is to develop and refine open-source software and tools to illustrate the spectrum of computational algorithms and methodologies available for biomedical and behavior researchers nationwide. To that end, a significant collection of software tools is now accessible. Furthermore, schemas, domain models, fundamental algorithms, and other useful resources are available below.
|Resource Name||Resource Category||Intended Users||Application Domain||Description|
|NLP||NLP researcher or developer||Clinical records||
A list of variables to consider when annotating a clinical condition in text. The purpose of the guideline/schema is to help instruct annotators about which words to include in a span when annotating disorders, signs/symptoms, and diseases in text.
|Privacy||Informatics researcher, Software developer||Domain-Independent||
A privacy-preserving principal component analysis (PCA) algorithm for dimension-reduction for biological datasets.