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Visualizing Food-Drug Interactions in the Theriaque Database

Abstract : This paper presents a prototype for the visualization of food-drug interactions implemented in the MIAM project, whose objective is to develop methods for the extraction and representation of these interactions and to make them available in the Thériaque database. The prototype provides users with a graphical visualization showing the hierarchies of drugs and foods in front of each other and the links between them representing the existing interactions as well as additional details about them, including the number of articles reporting the interaction. The prototype is interactive in the following ways: hierarchies can be easily folded and unfolded, a filter can be applied to view only certain types of interactions, and details about a given interaction are displayed when the mouse is moved over the corresponding link. Future work includes proposing a version more suitable for non-health professional users and the representation of the food hierarchy based on a reference classification.
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Frederic Lalanne, Pierrick Bedouch, Cyril Simonnet, Vincent Depras, Georgeta Bordea, et al.. Visualizing Food-Drug Interactions in the Theriaque Database. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, IOS Press, 2021, Public Health and Informatics, 281, pp.253-257. ⟨10.3233/shti210159⟩. ⟨hal-03280480⟩



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