Caret6:Documentation/UserInterface/StudyMetaDataWindow

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Study Metadata Operations Window

Study Collections

This page is used to group studies (perhaps from a meta-analysis).

Collection Selection

  • Study Number Spinner - Enter the number of a collection or use the arrow buttons to scroll through the collection.
  • First - Displays the first collection.
  • Last - Displays the last collection.
  • Choose by Name - Allows selection of a study collection by a list of study collection names.

File Operations

  • Add New Collection - Press this button to add a new collection.
  • Delete All Collections - Deletes all loaded study collections.

Collection Operations

  • Add Studies - When pressed, a dialog containing all study names is displayed. Select the studies that are to be added to the current collection and press the OK button. To select a contiguous group of studies, click the mouse over the first study name for deletion and then hold down the shift key and click the mouse over the last study name for deletion. To select multiple non-contiguous studies, hold down the control (Apple) key when clicking the mouse.
  • Delete Collection - Deletes the current collection. A dialog will confirm this operation.

Collection Data

  • Collection Name - Name of the collection.
  • Collection ID -
  • Creator -
  • Type -
  • Comment -
  • Topic -
  • Category -
  • Study Name -
  • PubMed ID - PubMed ID of this collection.
  • Search ID -
  • Foci List ID -
  • Foci Color List ID -

Studies

This section lists the studies contained in the collection.

  • Index - Index of the study in this collection.
  • Delete - Press to remove the study from the collection.
  • Name - Name of the study.
  • PubMed ID - PubMed ID of the study.
  • MSL ID -

Study Metadata Add, Delete, and Edit

This page is used to add, delete, and edit studies.

Study Selection

  • Study Number Spinner - Enter the number of a study or use the arrow buttons to scroll through the studies.
  • First - Displays the first study.
  • Last - Displays the last study.
  • Choose by Author - Pops up a dialog that lists the authors of all studies in alphabetical order. Highlight the author of the desired study and press the OK button.
  • Choose by Name - Pops up a dialog that lists the names of all studies in alphabetical order. Highlight the name of the desired study and press the OK button.
  • Choose by PubMed ID - Pops up a dialog for entering the PubMed ID of the desired study.
  • Choose by Title - Pops up a dialog that lists the titles of all studies in alphabetical order. Highlight the title of the desired study and press the OK button.

File Operations

  • Add New Study - Press the button to add a new study. A dialog will pop-up asking for a [PubMed ID http://www.pubmed.gov]. If the study has been assigned a PubMed ID, enter it in the dialog and press the OK button. If there is not a PubMed ID available, simply press the OK button without entering any data.
  • Delete All Studies - Deletes all loaded studies. A dialog will be displayed for confirming this operation.
  • Delete Unlinked Studies - Deletes all loaded studies that are not linked to other loaded data (foci, metric, shape, etc). A dialog will be displayed for confirming this operation.
  • Delete by Name - Displays a dialog listing the names of all studies. Highlight the studies that are to be deleted an press the OK button. To select a contiguous group of studies, click the mouse over the first study name for deletion and then hold down the shift key and click the mouse over the last study name for deletion. To select multiple non-contiguous studies, hold down the control (Apple) key when clicking the mouse.
  • Fetch All PubMed IDs - All studies with valid PubMed IDs will have there Title, Authors, Citation, Medical Subject Headings, and Comment updated with data retrieved from PubMed.

Study Operations

  • Add Figure - Adds a new Figure section to the current study.
  • Add Page Reference - Adds a Page Reference section to the current study.
  • Add Provenance - Adds a Provenance section to the current study.
  • Add Table - Adds a Table section to the current study.
  • Delete Study - Deletes the current study. A dialog will confirm this operation.
  • Fetch form PubMed ID - If the study has a valid PubMed ID, the study will have there Title, Authors, Citation, Medical Subject Headings, and Comment updated with data retrieved from PubMed.

Study Data

  • Project ID - The Project ID is automatically generated by Caret and cannot be changed. It is a unique identifier that is used to identify a study that has not been assigned a PubMed ID.
  • PubMed ID - This contains the PubMed ID assigned by PubMed. Prior to availability of the PubMed ID, this field defaults to the Project ID.
  • Name - Name of the article.
  • Title - Title of the article.
  • Authors - Authors of the article.
  • Citation - Journal Name, Year, Volume, Pages.
  • DOI/URL - A Document Object Identifier or URL (web page address) of an online version of the article.
  • Species - Species in the study.
  • Stereotaxic Space - Stereotaxic space of the study data.
  • Stereotaxic Space Details - Additional information about the stereotaxic space.
  • Data Format - Format of the data in the study (functional, foci, etc).
  • Data Type - Type of the data in the study (fMRI, PET, etc).
  • Keywords - Keywords associated with the study.
  • Medical Subject Headings - Medical Subject Headings (MESH).
  • Partition Scheme Abbreviation - Short name of the partitioning scheme.
  • Partition Scheme Name - Full name of the partitioning scheme.
  • Quality -
  • Comment - Comments about the study. Often, the comment field contains the abstract of the study.
  • Last Saved - Last time this study was saved after modification. This field is automatically updated and cannot be changed by the user.

Figure

  • Number - Number of the figure.
  • Legend - Legend of the figure.
  • Add Panel - Add a panel to a figure.
  • Delete This Figure - Deletes this figure. A dialog confirms this operation.

Figure Panel

  • Identifier - Number of the panel.
  • Description -
  • Task Description -
  • Task Baseline -
  • Test Attributes -
  • Delete This Figure Panel - Deletes this panel. A dialog confirms this operation.

Page Reference

Use a page reference to reference text in the article.

  • Number - The page number.
  • Header - Title of the section containing the text.
  • Comment - The text that is being referenced.
  • Size Units -
  • Voxel Size -
  • Statistic - If available, the statistic of data in the text.
  • Stat Description - Additional information about the statistic.
  • Add Sub Header - Adds a Sub Header to this Page Reference.
  • Delete This Page Reference - Deletes this page reference. A dialog confirms this operation.

Provenance

  • Name - Name of person who last edited this study information.
  • Date - Date of last edit of this study information.
  • Comment - Information about the changes to the study.

Table

  • Number - Number of the table.
  • Header - Text (a title) that is typically associated with the number of the table and at the top of the table.
  • Footer - Text below the table that explains the content of the table.
  • Size Units -
  • Voxel Size -
  • Statistic - If available, the statistic of data in the table (sometimes found in the footer).
  • Stat Description - Additional information about the statistic.
  • Add Sub Header - Adds a Sub Header to this Page Reference.
  • Delete This Table - Deletes this table. A dialog confirms this operation.

Sub Header

Sometimes a table contains multiple sections and each section constitutes a Sub Header.

  • Number - Number of the sub header.
  • Name - Full name of the sub header.
  • Short Name - Short name of the sub header.
  • Task Description -
  • Task Baseline -
  • Test Attributes -
  • Delete This Sub Header - Deletes this sub header. A dialog confirms this operation.
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