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1 The Neighborhood Auditing Tool James Geller Michael Halper Yehoshua Perl C. Paul Morrey

2 22 Research Paper C.P. Morrey, J. Geller, M. Halper, Y. Perl. The Neighborhood Auditing Tool: A hybrid interface for auditing the UMLS. J Biomed Inform, 42(3):468-89, 2009.

3 33 Overview Goals of an Auditor’s Tool for the UMLS Principles of Auditing with Neighborhoods The Idea of a Hybrid Display Current State of the NAT: Serving the Auditor Presentation of NAT Features Live Audit Session Planned State of the NAT: Guiding the Auditor Conclusions Future Work

4 44 Auditing the UMLS About 150 source vocabularies It is natural that inconsistencies will appear Over 2.1 million concepts and nearly 9.7 million terms* Two level structure consisting of the Semantic Network and the Metathesaurus *UMLS Metathesaurus version 2009AA

5 5 Previous Work on Auditing H. Gu, Y. Perl, J. Geller, M. Halper, L. Liu, and J.J. Cimino. Representing the UMLS as an Object-oriented Database: Modeling Issues and Advantages. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 7(1):66-80, J. Geller, H. Gu, Y. Perl, and M. Halper. Semantic refinement and error correction in large terminological knowledge bases. Data & Knowledge Engineering, 45(1):1-32, J.J. Cimino, H. Min, and Y. Perl. Consistency across the hierarchies of the UMLS Semantic Network and Metathesaurus. J Biomed Inform, 36(6): , H. Gu, Y. Perl, G. Elhanan, H. Min, L. Zhang, Y. Peng. Auditing concept categorizations in the UMLS. Artif Intell Med, 31(1):29-44, Y. Chen, Y. Perl, J. Geller, and J.J. Cimino. Analysis of a study of the users, uses, and future agenda of the UMLS. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 14(2): , 2007.

6 6 Previous Work on Auditing (cont’d) H. Gu, G. Hripcsak, Y. Chen, C.P. Morrey, G. Elhanan, J.J. Cimino, J. Geller, and Y. Perl. Evaluation of a UMLS auditing process of semantic type assignments. In J.M. Teich, J. Suermondt, and G. Hripcsak, editors, Proc AMIA Symp, pages , Chicago IL, Nov Y. Chen, H. Gu, Y. Perl, J. Geller, M. Halper. Structural group auditing of a UMLS semantic type's extent. J Biomed Inform Feb;42(1): L. Chen, C.P. Morrey, H. Gu, M. Halper, Y. Perl. Modeling multi-typed structurally viewed chemicals with the UMLS Refined Semantic Network. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 16(1):116-31, Y. Chen, H. Gu, Y. Perl, J. Geller. Structural group-based auditing of missing hierarchical relationships in UMLS. J Biomed Inform Jun;42(3): Y. Chen, H. Gu, Y. Perl, M. Halper, and J. Xu, Expanding the extent of a UMLS Semantic Type via Group Neighborhood Auditing. J Am Med Inform Assoc, Accepted for publication.

7 7 How we did it before the NAT: Provide Info as Paper Form CPT: C Antonospora locustae SRC: NCBI STY: T004T009Fungus + Invertebrate DEF: SYN: Antonospora locustae | Nosema locustae PAR: Antonospora{STY: Invertebrate} CHD: Data shown for this concept is from the UMLS Metathesaurus version 2006AC

8 88 Auditing Results also Paper Form (C ) Antonospora locustae STY: Fungus + Invertebrate  No errors  Semantic Type Error: Fungus  Semantic Type Error: Invertebrate  Add Semantic Type______________________  Ambiguity  Other error_____________________________  Comments _____________________________ ______________________________________

9 99 Goals of an Auditor’s Tool for the UMLS Display relevant information to the auditor. Do not overwhelm the auditor with too much information. Help the auditor focus on areas most likely to contain errors.  Algorithms suggest likely erroneous concepts  Concepts are reviewed in a neighborhood display

10 10 Principles of Auditing with Neighborhoods Several years of experience: Auditing is to a large degree a “local” activity. Concepts have two kinds of knowledge elements:  Textual Knowledge Elements: Preferred term, CUI, synonyms, LUI, definition, sources, semantic types  Contextual Knowledge Elements: Neighbors

11 11 Neighborhoods Focus concept: The concept presently under review Immediate Neighborhood: The set of concepts reachable from the focus concept by stepping one relationship (up, down, lateral, etc.) Extended neighborhood: Includes parents of parents (grandparents), children of children (grandchildren) and siblings. No lateral chains.

12 12 References about Neighborhood M.S. Tuttle, D.D. Sherertz, N.E. Olson, M.S. Erlbaum, W.D. Sperzel, and L.F. Fuller, et al. Using META-1, the first version of the UMLS Metathesaurus. In Proc 14 th Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care, pages , Washington, D.C., S.J. Nelson, M.S. Tuttle, W.G. Cole, D.D. Sherertz, W. D. Sperzel, M.S. Erlbaum, L.L. Fuller, N.E. Olson, From meaning to term: semantic locality in the UMLS Metathesaurus. In Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care, pages , Washington, D.C., 1991.

13 13 Immediate Neighborhood

14 14 Extended Neighborhood

15 15 Up-Extended and Down-Extended Neighborhood An up-extended neighborhood includes grandparents and the immediate neighborhood. A down-extended neighborhood includes grandchildren and the immediate neighborhood. Give auditor all s/he needs but not more.

16 16 Semantic Type Neighborhood If we provide the semantic types for every concept, those also form a neighborhood. It is important to keep the information of which semantic types are assigned to which concepts.

17 17 The Idea of a Hybrid Display Diagrams are wonderful – as long as they fit on one screen. Indented text is wonderful – as long as there are no or very few multiple parents. But the UMLS does not fit onto one screen and there are many cases of multiple parents.

18 18 What makes a diagram wonderful? You can follow parent/child paths with your eyes. You can get a feeling for everything a concept is connected to with one look. You can see multiple parents and multiple paths with one look. You can see global features (short and bushy versus tall and sparse, or (gasp!) tall and bushy).

19 19 What makes indented text wonderful? Indentation expresses parenthood compactly and elegantly. There are no lines crossing. You don’t need a layout algorithm. There is a linear order in which to study text.

20 20 The Idea of a Hybrid Display (cont.) Keep the best features of text and the best features of diagrams. Maintain relative positions between the focus concept and its children, parents, etc. Eliminate clutter of arrows.

21 21 A Hybrid Diagram/Form Display of a Neighborhood Children Focus Concept SynonymsRelationships Parents

22 22 Desirable Information Beyond Neighborhoods Concept definition for Focus Concept Sources for concepts and relationships Assigned Semantic Types of concepts Definitions of relevant Semantic Types Global view of the Semantic Network  Indented (better for wide branches)  Graphical (better for almost everything else)

23 23 Current State of the NAT: Serving the Auditor The Neighborhood Auditing Tool has been implemented to fully support display of neighborhoods. Navigation to adjacent neighboring concepts is an easy click. Additional features listed before have been implemented.

24 24 Demonstration of NAT Features Neighborhood Grandparents and grandchildren Synonyms Relationships: Concept, Sibling, Term Focus concept definition Sources: Concepts, Relationships Display CUIs Semantic Type display Semantic Type definition Semantic Network (indented) Semantic Network (diagram) Navigation Search (full, partial) Viewing History Choice of release Choice of sources offline version

25 25 Audit Example: A Cycle of Three Concepts An SQL query found three concepts that participate in a PAR/CHD cycle. We follow an auditor’s review of this cycle. O. Bodenreider, Circular hierarchical relationships in the UMLS: etiology, diagnosis, treatment, complications and prevention. Proc AMIA Symp. 2001:57-61 offline version

26 The Cycle of Three Concepts

27 Recommended Modeling

28 28 Audit Example: Semantic Types An algorithm determined that the concept Antonospora locustae was likely assigned incorrect semantic types. We follow an auditor’s review of this concept. offline version

29 29 Preliminary Evaluation Study with NAT Compare paper-based auditing and NAT- based auditing. Counterbalanced groups. Recall improves with NAT use. Auditors seem willing to investigate more concepts. Precision stays the same. Auditors’ mental process does not improve.

30 30 Conclusions Preliminary study showed that people are more successful finding errors with NAT than with paper sources. Recall improved with the NAT, precision did not. NAT seems to nicely complement use of the UMLSKS.

31 31 Future Work Integration of algorithms for developing “audit sets” with NAT. Recording and reporting auditor recommendations. Facilitate team auditing where several auditors review the same sample. Managing and reporting work flow of auditor teams.

32 32 The Neighborhood Auditing Tool is available online at:

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34 Auditor ErrorsRecallPrecisionF with NAT w/o NAT with NAT w/o NAT with NAT w/o NAT with NAT w/o NAT Avg Preliminary Evaluation Study

35 Improved Recall The auditor finds it easy to search for more errors in the neighborhood of the suspicious concept. With better recall and the same precision you still find more errors.

36 Semantic Types Example The concept Antonospora locustae was selected for audit by an algorithm that found it was the only concept assigned to the intersection Fungus + Invertebrate in the UMLS 2007AA.

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74 Cycle Example An SQL query provided us with a list of concepts in the Metathesaurus that participate in cycles of length three. One of these cycles exists among the concepts Bipolar Disorder, Mood Disorders, and Affective Disorders, Psychotic.

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