Scientific research upholds the importance of accommodating the individual wants, needs and preferences of individual consumers when presenting information.

No one learns or thinks in exactly the same manner. What was once one market of "billions of consumers" has evolved into a "billion markets of one consumer." The same holds true in medical settings. All consumers are unique creations and therefore (if technically possible, economically feasible and reasonable) should be "interacted with" uniquely, based upon their individual learning abilities, strengths, needs and preferences. This includes environments in which data collection takes place and visualizations are presented.

This is the approach we are suggesting. The examples below are all turnkey. We did nothing to customize what you see. This is something that would need to be done as part of developing the user interface. This is where the links to automatically-generated visualizations would be made available... including, possibility, the BEST submissions to this competition.

We look forward to seeing many creative visualizations submitted by enterprising individuals and comnpanies... and to, hopefully, raising things to the next level!

Eli Lilly Turnkey Visualization Examples:

  1. Sample Study Protocol http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Sample-Study-Protocol.html

  2. Study-Informed-Consent-Document http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Sample-Study-Informed-Consent-Document.html

II. Examples of Context Discovery Processings of Eli Lilly and Company Clinical Trial Information:

  1. A Study in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Major Depressive Disorder http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/A_Study_in_the_Treatment_of_Children.html

  2. Comparative Study of Gemcitabine,Cisplatin and Radiation Versus Cisplatin and Radiation in Cancer of the Cervix http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Comparative_Study_of_Gemcitabine_Cisplatin_and_Radiation.html

  3. Concurrent Pemetrexed, Cisplatin and Radiation Therapy in Patients With Stage IIIA/B Non Small Cell Lung Cancer http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Concurrent_Pemetrexed_Cisplatin_and_Radiation_Therapy_in.html

  4. The DURABLE Trial: Evaluating the Durability of Starter Insulin Regimens in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes (IOOV) http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/The_DURABLE_Trial_Evaluating_the_Durability_of.html

III. Turnkey Examples of Automatically-Generated XMind Mind Maps of the Above Eli Lilly and Company Clinical Trials:

Note: You will need to download and install Xmind in order to view the following mind maps. The latest version is XMind 2012 SE(v3.3.1). XMind is an open source project, which means it's free to download and free to use forever. XMind Plus/Pro with more professional features are also available. Click the following link to download Xmind:
http://www.xmind.net/download/win/

Once XMind is installed on your computer you can view each of the following XMind mind maps by clicking on its link and then clicking "Open." Downloading these files may convert them into a zip file and render them useless. They must be opened directly.

  1. A Study in the Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Major Depressive Disorder http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/A_Study_in_the_Treatment_of_Children.xmind

  2. Comparative Study of Gemcitabine,Cisplatin and Radiation Versus Cisplatin and Radiation in Cancer of the Cervix http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Comparative_Study_of_Gemcitabine_Cisplatin_and_Radiation.xmind

  3. Concurrent Pemetrexed, Cisplatin and Radiation Therapy in Patients With Stage IIIA/B Non Small Cell Lung Cancer

http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Concurrent_Pemetrexed_Cisplatin_and_Radiation_Therapy_in.xmind

  1. The DURABLE Trial: Evaluating the Durability of Starter Insulin Regimens in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes (IOOV) http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/The_DURABLE_Trial_Evaluating_the_Durability_of.xmind

IV. What's a Mind Map? Context Discovery Generated Wikipedia Visual Knowledge Map of the Term Mind Map http://ideal-group.org/eli-lilly/Mind_map.html

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