Probability graphics support for medical reasoning.

Abstract

Graphic displays of data from clinical observations and laboratory testing provide important support to the health practitioner in managing an increasing amount of complex information. A graphic display program is described that preserves much of the context of data that is important to their evaluation, and that maintains a sense of the strength of the signal when aberrant data are encountered.

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@article{Williams1993ProbabilityGS, title={Probability graphics support for medical reasoning.}, author={Ben T. Williams and Joseph W. Yoder and E G Littell}, journal={Methods of information in medicine}, year={1993}, volume={32 3}, pages={229-32} }