Articles by Mathew Scotch

Matthew Scotch is a National
Library of Medicine Postdoctoral
Fellow in the Center for Medical
Informatics at Yale University. He
holds a PhD in Biomedical
Informatics at the University of
Pittsburgh, and is currently
pursuing a Masters in Public Health
from Yale University. Dr. Scotch’s
research interest is in public health
informatics. Specifically he is interested in combining
clinical data and veterinary data and using Geospatial
Information Systems (GIS) for public health
surveillance and decision making.

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]