Fabulous examples!!! Thank you both. In a previous job we worked on this body diagram idea (for patient input actually) and the scope can go very very wide - from body sections, to checkboxes (like below), to dots, to MSpaint-like drawings, to highly detailed specific labels (Xs, //s, etc) in pain diagrams (like below). And great suggestion @ball I did indeed see hand-drawn Cervical VIA/VILI test diagrams very very frequently in most HIV clinics we shadowed in earlier this year in Kenya.
The scope exploded though when we tried to envision concept-label-detection based on the area drawn on (e.g. clicking right arm → system also encodes “right arm” etc). Once we removed that scope and focus on simple diagram tools it was easier to get an MVP out. But that idea has always stayed with me.
The data coming from the HTML form are sent to Odoo for material request.
There is a need for the hospital program to indicate the place of injury:
But we haven’t done it in O3. I saw a module in the past (O2) that allowed the user to select a diagram from a template, then click on the image and add a text or an audio. I thought that was a neat feature but hard to analyze data or send it to another system.
Thanks @jesplana - those are great examples that I know well It is worth noting that the ICRC did quite a lot of work in reviving the old Drawing module between Oct 2019 and Sep 2021 to support this work in O2 and HFE through versions 2.0.0, 2.0.1 and 2.1.0 of the module.
Again, very recently in the context of the NCD-related work that we do with Cambodia MOH @pauladams stumbled upon this cervical cancer screening paper form to be digitised (in O3 this time):
Trying to understand your question! technically models provide the community members with a visual of your idea and how it will meet the the intended use cases. Meaning for you to come up with functional and nonfunctional requirements of the idea you need a conceptual model.
@grace@ball@mksd@johnblack@jesplana@thembo42 Looks like there is interest in this project for GSoC, which means… We’ll need primary and backup mentors to work with a GSoC contributor over the summer. Do you know someone who might be a good mentor for this project? Would like to be a mentor yourself? Let us know!