Svein Manum (email@example.com)
Tore Alvik (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andreas Kemkers (email@example.com)
Elin Hagen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Product Description and Requirements
We have chosen the HIV Cascade Analysis project. In this project the goal is to design and implement an app that provides a visualization of a clinical cascade, with the HIV 90-90-90 cascade as the primary example.
- Represent a clinical cascade using a bar/column chart where (from left to right) each consecutive bar represents a subset of the previous.
- Visualize the margin between real values and target values by associating a target value with each bar.
- Have options for representation. The minimum requirement is to have support for the following three representations:
- As percentages, where the first bar in the cascade is 100%, and the subsequent bars is expressed as percentages of the previous.
- As raw numbers, but showing both the actual number and the gap to target.
- As raw data and percentages (on different axis), i.e. bars with the raw data and a line with the percentage.
- Have configuration options for what data elements/indicators to include in the cascade.
- Have configuration options for the target for each data element/indicator.
- Have configuration options for time period and organization unit to display cascade for.
- Have the option to save a configuration and to quickly be able to swap between saved configurations.
- Have the option to download a generated visualization.
- We have chosen React because of its ease of use and the team's personal preference. React is a great framework to build single-paged, component based web applications.
- We will also be using Bootstrap for some predefined styling as to not reinvent the wheel.
Collaboration and planning
- Trello is an online collaboration tool making it easy to coordinate work for our team, and giving us a broad view of our development progress.
|Form group||16. October|
|Planning, design and Wiki||1. November|
|Working frontend prototype||8. November|
|Complete DHIS2 API calls and charting||15. November|
|Testing and final touches||20. November|
Our License: MIT license
DHIS2 API: BSD license
Bootstrap: MIT license
Highcharts: Highcharts non-commercial license (free usage with attribution)
Division of Labour
DHIS : data storage and API - Tore
Highcharts : Charting and analytics - Elin
React : Frontend design and coding - Andreas & Svein
This is the intended division of responsibility, but as a group we aim to get a little experience in all areas. The labour will also be divided fluently through the project as we see what takes most of our time.
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