Facilitating the Iterative Design of Informatics Tools to Advance the Science of Autism

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This paper describes a usability evaluation study of an innovative first generation system (Data Dig) designed to retrieve phenotypic data from the large SFARI data set of 2700 families each of which has one child affected with autism spectrum disorder. The usability methods included a cognitive walkthrough and usability testing. Although the subjects were… (More)
DOI: 10.3233/978-1-60750-806-9-955

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@article{Kaufman2011FacilitatingTI, title={Facilitating the Iterative Design of Informatics Tools to Advance the Science of Autism}, author={David R. Kaufman and Patrick Cronin and Leon Rozenblit and David Voccola and Amanda Horton and Alisabeth Shine and Stephen B. Johnson}, journal={Studies in health technology and informatics}, year={2011}, volume={169}, pages={955-9} }