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How to - Beginner to OHDSI


(Selva) #1


I am a beginner to this OHDSI. Can I know what sort of skills does one require to make the data available at my end suitable for analysis/research collaboration? Is there any step-step guide that lists out what has to be done and how it can be done

I recently graduated and working in research under public health domain. We are planning to make use of our data and make it ready for analysis/ create some meaning out of our existing data

Apologies, if my question is very basic. We don’t have many people who can guide us


(Christian Reich) #2


Mostly SQL. Folks are working on the step-by-step here. But instead of issuing a general call for help (which I am empathetic of), you better ask concrete questions here in the Forum. The more concrete, the more likely somebody will answer.

Keep it coming. :slight_smile:

(Mirza Khan) #3

Hi Selva,

I’m a newbie as well. @MauraBeaton recently posted the Weekly Digest yesterday, which contains some fantastic information and resources, including the following tutorials:

2018 Tutorial Recordings**
CDM Tutorial: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/2018-tutorials-omop-common-data-model-and-standardized-vocabularies/
OHDSI Ecosystem: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/2018-tutorials-overview-of-the-ohdsi-analysis-ecosystem/
Cohort Definition and Phenotyping Tutorial: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/cohort-definitionphenotyping-tutorial/
Patient-Level Prediction Tutorial: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/patient-level-prediction/
Population-Level Estimation Tutorial: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/population-level-estimation/
Data Quality: COMING SOON

I hope that’s a helpful place to start!


(Selva) #4

Thank you @mirza_khan for the links.

(Gichuhi Haron) #5

#2019 and am referring to this to come up to speed with OHDSI.
Thanks @mirza_khan for the Share.