ISTH-BAT is dedicated to the collection, curation, analysis, and dissemination of data about bleeding phenotypes. It is backed by a Bleeding History Ontology (BHO), which encodes information about all bleeding symptoms in an electronic format that facilitates standardization and analysis. You are encouraged to review the ontology, which was developed by the Rockefeller University Bleeding History Phenotyping Team (http://bioportal.bioontology.org/ontologies/BHO).

The ISTH-BATR system has: A web-based data collection instrument termed a phenotyping recording instrument that allows the investigator to administer a bleeding history questionnaire from any computer with Internet access. A web-based instrument for recording laboratory results pertaining to hemostasis, PRI Labs. A web-accessible database designated as a data repository (RUBHPSR and ISTH-BATR) that can be queried using our data representation and query utilities.


The project page is  https://bh.rockefeller.edu/ISTH-BATR/. ISTH-BATR source code is accessible through bitbucket.



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