Articles by Bambang Parmanto

Bambang Parmanto is
an Associate Professor in
the Department of
Health Information
Management at the
University of Pittsburgh.
He holds a PhD in
Information Sciences
from the University of
Pittsburgh. His research
interests include data mining, web accessibility,
telehealth and personal health record (PHR). Dr.
Parmanto’s research projects include developing a
multimodal personal health record and location-based
personal recommender. He is working on a project that
aims to make the Web more accessible for people with
disabilities, as well as developing an information
infrastructure for telerehabilitation.

Usability Evaluation of the Spatial OLAP Visualization and Analysis Tool (SOVAT)

Abstract Increasingly sophisticated technologies, such as On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) and Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), are being leveraged for conducting community health assessments (CHA). Little is known about the usability of OLAP and GIS interfaces with respect to CHA. We conducted an iterative usability evaluation of the Spatial OLAP Visualization and Analysis Tool (SOVAT), a […] [Read More]