Guides and Tutorials

Before going ahead and trying to build your own clinical decision support (CDS) model in the GDL2 Editor, we recommend that you visit the tutorials presented to the right.

The first tutorial is a detailed guide to help you run the GDL2 Editor using Docker. The second tutorial is created with the purpose of showcasing all the functionalities that the GDL2 Editor provides. Even if you have experience from the first generation of the editor, it is most likely a good idea to have a look at this tutorial since new functionality has been added to the second generation of the editor.

Moreover, the third tutorial is to be considered as a follow-up to the second tutorial. After getting acquainted with the GDL2 Editor and its functionalities, the third tutorial is a good introduction on how to apply the knowledge from the second tutorial.

All tutorials can be found here. 

Links

In case you are new to modeling CDS application in the GDL2 Editor, we would highly recommend that you visit and read through these introductory tutorials:
Running the GDL2 Editor with Docker
GDL2 Editor Primer Tutorial

After familiarizing yourself with the GDL2 Editor and its functionalities, we would recommend that you have a look at this BMI tutorial:
BMI Tutorial

For creating archetypes, we recommend these tutorials:
Archetypes Editor Primer
Archetype Tutorial I
Archetype Tutorial II

Tutorials for specific features

Here we list the tutorials that focus on specific parts of the guideline modeling.

Select most recent data as input

Modifying your MAP guideline – Event time

Translate you guideline

Modify your BMI guideline – Add new language

Use conditional rules

Modifying your BMI guideline – Add assessment

Select number of decimals

Modifying your BMI guideline – Add assessment – Add decimals to the BMI value

Specify units

Modifying your BSA guideline – Units

Creating test fixtures

Creating a test fixture