, use your email address and password to do so.
Once you have logged in, select the “Clinical Notes” Button. In this panel, you can upload documents to summarise, paste a body of clinical text or use the preset cases.
Select a preset case, any will do. It will be populated in the text box below. Click the “Close” button, this will return you to the main panel.
Click the “Summary Type” drop down menu and select any summary.
Click the “Summarise Notes” button. If you have a large quantity of text, it may take a moment. Twynsyght will then output a list of tags. Dark blue indicates categories and pale blue indicates keywords associated with these categories that have been found within the provided notes.
TwynSyght will also display a table of statements from the clinical notes. By default, these statements will have Category, keyword and estimated date labels.
Summarise Notes – Options
The options panel lets you select a subset of entries, choose between date and entry sequence or set a relevance threshold.
Subsets can be either by date estimation or simply by order of sentences in a document – particularly useful when a record or document contains very few dates.
The date range is the default setting.
Select a date in the dropdown menus “From Entry” and “To Entry”, then click the “Select Range” button. This will update the displayed tags and statements. Clicking “Visualise Summary” will also generate graphs for only the selected range.
To generate a summary based on entry sequence/order of sentences, click “Sequence Type” to change the selection from date to entry/vice versa. The entry size refers to the number of sentences to group together for analysis. The “From Entry” and “To Entry” dropdown menus then show numbered ranges rather than date ranges.
This can be set to high,medium or low. High returns fewer more relevant statements. There is no hard and fast rule as the relevance will be determined by the contents of the notes.
Clicking the “Visualise Summary” Button will display the visualisation panel which has 3 graphs:
The first is pie chart showing the proportion of categories for a particular summary in the clinical notes.
The second is a bubble chart that shows the frequency (y-axis) of categories and the variety of keywords(bigger size means more keywords used in category). The x-axis is estimated dates or entry position (if entry sequence in notes rather than date estimation is used).
The third graph is a line graph which shows the frequency of categories in the notes.