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FEATURE

Tracking Health Disorders, Part 1

Working with disorder data in personal health

Issue: 14.3 (May/June 2016)
Author: J.C. Cruz
Author Bio: JC is a freelance writer based in British Columbia. He contributes regularly to MacTech Magazine, xDev Magazine, as well as the former Python and Dr Dobb's Journal. Away from the writing pile, JC spends quality time with his nephew, as a proper uncle should.
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Starting Page Number: 44
Article Number: 14307
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disease
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Injury

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So far, I have demonstrated how I dealt with four sets of health data from a personal health solution. But what about data on illnesses and injuries? Should I include those as well? In a word—yes.

So for today, in what will be a multi-part article, I shall show how I track and manage disorder data. First, I explain what a health disorder is, what are its many types, what makes those types similar and what makes them unique. Second, I describe the table structures for holding the data.

Next, I show how I designed the entry views that will accept and present disorder data. Finally, I show how I implement the underlying workflow.

The updated demo project FooHealth (Mk7) is available from the magazine's website.

Readers must have a working knowledge of REALbasic, SQLite and object-oriented design.

Disorders in Health

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