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The NB-COMO Project

--> online application --> Scientific paper

Overview

The NB-COMO project aims to explore the patterns of comorbidity within treated mental disorders. It explores different ways to capture the complex patterns of comorbidity, notably through data visualization techniques. The first part of this project explores COMO within the Danish National Patient Registry (DNPR), one of the world’s oldest nationwide hospital registries.

This repository gives the code of a web application that allows to interactively explore our results. It goes along with our peer reviewed publication in JAMA psychiatry.

Here is a screenshot of one of the multiple visualizations proposed in the website: fig1

How to use the application

The best way to use this application is via its online version.

If you really want to use this application locally you can:

1. Clone the whole repository

2. Open R and make sure all the required libraries are installed (see top of the global.R file). If you miss a library, remember you can install it with:

ìnstall.packages("shiny")

3. Then, set the working directory and run the App:

setwd("my/path/to/the/github/folder/you/downloaded")
library(shiny)
runApp()

Citing

If using, please cite the associated paper.

About us

John Mc Grath: homepage
Oleguer Plana Ripoll: homepage
Yan Holtz: homepage