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Over Review - 27 February 2019

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Developing guidelines using existing Systematic Reviews, may make some dilemmas to developers who facing the fact that there are many SR on the similar topic. In this situation the question arises: which Systematic Review choose? To help our users to solve this kind of problems GRADEproGDT introduces new tool!

Over review is a new module in GRADEproGDT that was created based on the needs and practices of users to facilitate processes related to comparing different Systematic Review on the similar topic. In the module you can easily compare your PICO and outcomes with chosen Systematic Reviews and an automatically generated matrix shows which study were included to each of them.

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Summertime - 24 July 2018

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Summertime is a good time to share with you some summer news.

First of all our CEO Zbyś won Polish championship in his category in Jiu-Jitsu. If you ever try to complain for GRADEpro publicly, please, think twice before 😉

For couple of days  Miranda Langendam (one of GRADE Working Group experts) was visiting Krakow. We hoped to get some remarks to our core software, instead Miranda took a trip to the famous Leonardo’s masterpiece and preferred rather art discourse instead methodological one.

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Toward Evidence-Based Software Engineering with GRADEpro - 09 October 2017

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The articles that mention our core software – GRADEpro, are usually written from methodological/medical perspective. The baseline is GRADE approach or dilemmas connected to systematic reviews preparation and the technical details are hidden. Last week the situation has changed 😉

We are very happy to announce publication of the article “Toward Evidence-Based Software Engineering” authored by our colleagues, Artur Nowak – Evidence Prime’s Chief Technology Officer, and Holger Schünemann – the Chair of the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence, and Impact at McMaster and co-chair of the GRADE working group.

The text has appeared in IEEE Xplore, the organ of IEEE Computer Society: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8048641/

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