This is a step-by-step guide to the newly developed web based application to manually upload data to RADAR-base. This documentation is focused on the end-users. If you are interested in setting this up on your RADAR-base deployment or interested in knowing more please visit the github repository. Prerequisites A modern working browser. Stable internet connection.
Introduction What is an App server? An App Server (short for Application Server) can have many different definitions and meaning according to its context. I will primarily be talking about an App Server in context of its use in RADAR-base platform as a mediation service. In layman terms, an app server is a piece of
Accessing the data collected using RADAR-Base RADAR-base provides two storage systems, namely Cold Storage and Hot Storage. Cold storage stores the high resolution data sent to the platform in a Hadoop Distributed File System(HDFS). The data from HDFS can be used for retrospective analysis. The data in HDFS are stored based on topics. Hence, a
ManagementPortal : A management system of remote monitoring studies ManagementPortal (MP) is a component built by the RADAR-base community to manage remote monitoring studies of participants/patients. It facilitates the default security protocol followed in RADAR-base data workflow. It helps to manage studies, participants, data-sources and handles authentication and authorization of entities with the help of
How to install RADAR-base using RADAR-Docker Let’s Start Simple RADAR-base offers various methods of data ingestion. To get started, let’s consider a straightforward use-case: we want to passively collect data from various hardware sensors and applications integrated on our smartphones and access the collected data to do a retrospective analysis. An instance of RADAR-base platform
RADAR-base has won the ‘Best of show’ award at the Bio-IT World Conference 2018 in Boston, USA. The awards program recognizes the best of the innovative product solutions for the life sciences industry on display at the Bio-IT World conference in Boston. The Best of Show program relies on a panel of expert judges from
RADAR-base has been nominated as a finalist for the ‘Best of show’ award at the Bio-IT World Conference 2018 in Boston, USA. This award identifies ‘exceptional innovation in technologies used by life science professionals today’. A team from The Hyve will be presenting a live demo of the device-agnostic, modular open-source platform for remote collection, management and storage of sensor