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stomov

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Can I use Hypernext for medical software?
« on: May 30, 2018, 05:25:42 PM »
Hello,

I coded an algorithm in Python that uses deep learning to improve heart disease diagnosis by outputting a severity score from 0-4 given 13 features of patient medical information.

I want to use Hypernext to create a graphical user interface that allows a doctor to enter 13 attributes of patient medical information, click a button that runs this algorithm I have coded, and then receive the output of heart disease severity score. The algorithm will already be trained.

Is this possible to do with Hypernext?

I would need to link the user interface software to some way of running the Python code, ideally with the doctor/user just clicking a button that says 'run algorithm.'

Thank you.

Malkom

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Re: Can I use Hypernext for medical software?
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2018, 09:08:26 AM »
Hello,

I coded an algorithm in Python that uses deep learning to improve heart disease diagnosis by outputting a severity score from 0-4 given 13 features of patient medical information.

I want to use Hypernext to create a graphical user interface that allows a doctor to enter 13 attributes of patient medical information, click a button that runs this algorithm I have coded, and then receive the output of heart disease severity score. The algorithm will already be trained.

Is this possible to do with Hypernext?

I would need to link the user interface software to some way of running the Python code, ideally with the doctor/user just clicking a button that says 'run algorithm.'

Thank you.
Hello,

I can't see how to do this in a user friendly way so that they could just press one button.
HyperNext doesn't have an easy way to communicate with others apps, so some networking or file sharing would be needed.

Perhaps you could add a GUI to your Python code and compile it all into one application.

HyperNext does have some neural network learning capabilities with its Back Propagation plugin.
It even has a demo project called Analyser that can be trained to recognise patterns in various data sets, include an example heart rate data  set.

Best of luck.

Malkom
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