Modern mobile operating systems such as Android provide useful applications to users to make their tasks easier. However, these applications also access and store personal data including user’s geolocation, contacts, etc. In many cases, it is not visible to the consumer when an application accesses or transmits any of their data to a third-party server.
Abstract: This project presents design and implementation of an educational tool for study of programming language Python. It aims at providing a cleaner user interface for better online learning experience at free of cost. Along with the course contents focusing on the fundamentals and some high-level concepts in Python, tool also provides a testing and practice environment for the user. Contents of lessons and quizzes can be modified by instructor at admin dashboard. The tool is a web application built using Flask, a micro framework written in Python.
One of the important activities involved in Biocuration is that of cataloging mentions of gene interactions from biological and medical literature. A complete understanding of these interactions is beneficial to the fields of genetics and medicine. As the rate of academic publication increases year over year, text mining and machine learning are increasingly being applied to the curation process. Curators now find themselves with an overabundance of data. We have developed GeneDive as a front line application for helping curators consume large datasets of gene, drug, and disease interactions.
This project is aimed at adding the UI/UX functionality to the existing Radiology Module with dcm4chee(2014) for OpenMRS, which is a computer software for electronic medical records. The UI/UX is implemented using OpenMRS UI Framework. The project required the understanding of the existing code base and adding additional functionality such as Storescu utility in the case when the modality software is not available, to transfer the dicom images from modality to PACS.
Along with the evolution of Android, there has been a drastic increase in the number of Android applications. Much has been said about the topic of battery conservation but there is an important aspect that concerns the Android users the most, battery draining applications. Most of the time applications drain the battery without us realizing it. Sometimes it is done maliciously but often, it can be explained by poor application design and violation of best practices. For example: an application registers a location listener and forgets to unregister it, which can drain battery drastically.
What are the three biggest problems plaguing our commute today? Traffic is out of control, pollution is getting worse, and due to longer commute hours, our work-life balance is suffering. So how can we well-meaning folk help ease the traffic, reduce our carbon footprint and cut our driving time - all at the same time? Easy. By opening our cars for others. The benefits of carpooling are many-fold.