Data should be extracted based on previously identified interventions and outcomes developed during the formulation of the study topic, inclusion/exclusion requirements, and search procedure.
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HOW TO EXTRACTDATA
FROM YOUR PAPER FOR
An Academic presentationby
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations,Pubrica Group:
Work Flow and StudyDesign
Key Items for DataExtraction
Data should be extracted based on previously identified interventions and outcomes developed
during the formulation of the study topic, inclusion/exclusion requirements, and search procedure.
It should not be challenging to classify the data elements that need to be retrieved from each
included sample if those phases have been completed properly. To analyze and assess
findings, extract data from related studies. It is important to use sound data collection techniques
when the data is being collected (1). Data processing can begin as soon as you begin collecting
data, and it can even determine which data types you retain.
Researchers in evidence-based medicine are overwhelmed
by the volume of primary research papers, both old and
Since it is currently impractical to scan for appropriate data
with accuracy, support for the early stages of the systematic
reviewphase – searching and screening studies for eligibility
– is needed.
Not only could better automatic data extraction help with the
stage of analysis knownas "data extraction," but it could also
helpwithotheraspects of thereview process.
evidence-based medicine and computer science.
Besides the advancement in computing power and storage space, computers' capacity to serve
Data extraction for systematic analysis is a time-consuming process. It opens
up possibilities for sophisticated machines to assist.
In this domain,
tools and methods are often based on automating
relevant to the PICO framework (Population, Intervention, Comparator, and Outcome).