There are multiple panels related to terminology.
- Value Set Panel
- Code System Panel
- Terminology Identifiers Panel
- Terminology Associations Panel
- Concept Maps Panel
- Terminology Browser
Terminology Identifiers Panel
The Terminology Identifiers Panel provides an overview of Value Set and Code System versions, sortable by their full identifier.
The search bar 1 can be used to filter the artefacts by ID, display name or version label.
Terminology Associations Panel
The Navigation Bar on the left 1 offers a Datasets and Scenarios tab.
For managing Dataset Concept Associations, the relevant Dataset should be selected from the dropdown menu. For managing Transaction specific associations, both the Scenario and Transaction have to be selected. Thereafter the concepts are shown in a hierarchical tree.
When a concept is selected, the details are shown in the Detail Card on the right 2.
Associations with a Coded Concept
The CODE button 3 allows adding the association manually.
The SEARCH button 4 navigates to the Terminology Browser. The browser can be used to find a Coded Concept and associate it with the Dataset Concept in scope.
Associations with a Value Set
The ADD button 5 offers a dialog where a Value Set can be selected.
Hover the Speed Dial Menu 6 to edit or remove an association.
Associations with codes from a Value Set
Value Set code associations are currently readonly.
Transaction specific associations
Transaction specific associations are marked with an orange movie icon. The associations that are overwritten are
strike-through emphasized. Overwritten associations can be restored. The action is available under the Speed Dial Menu. This will remove all transaction specific associations!
Concept Maps Panel
The Terminology Browser is used for browsing Code Systems.
When opening the Terminology Browser, the available Code Systems are listed 1.
The Browser offers a combined search field 2, where you can switch between searching a term or searching a code. The search mode can be changed by clicking on the icon.
The search field now uses debounce/throttle techniques to initiate the search upon user input. An owl is placed right to the search field to inform about search strategies and options. This is what the owl says:
The search results are shown in the top level result table 1, concepts can be selected. The details of the selected Coded Concept are shown in the Concept Detail Part after the result table 2. The Concept Detail Part is able to show the hierarchy or the network of the Coded Concepts. Parents of the selected Coded Concept are listed above the Concept in Focus 3, the children of the selected Coded Concept are listed below 4.