Exchange of information in office programs.
The Oregon Health Authority has partnered with the Oregon Health Leadership Council to launch the Emergency Department Information Exchange (EDIE) with Oregon's 59 hospitals. EDIE provides emergency departments with real-time notifications and key care summaries for patients who visit the emergency department frequently, with the goal of reducing avoidable hospital utilization and improving health outcomes. Real-time notifications allow clinicians to identify patients who visit the emergency room often and those with complex care needs, which helps them to direct patients to outpatient and other care settings when appropriate.
Specify the data representation stages in computer systems.
Step 1: Create a basic chart
For most charts, such as column and bar charts, you can plot the data that you arrange in rows or columns on a worksheet into a chart. However, some chart types (such as pie and bubble charts) require a specific data arrangement.
1. On the worksheet, arrange the data that you want to plot in a chart.
The data can be arranged in rows or columns — Excel automatically determines the best way to plot the data in the chart. Some chart types (such as pie and bubble charts) require a specific data arrangement.
Step 2: Change the layout or style of a chart
After you create a chart, you can instantly change its look. Instead of manually adding or changing chart elements or formatting the chart, you can quickly apply a predefined layout and style to your chart. Excel provides a variety of useful predefined layouts and styles (or quick layouts and quick styles) that you can select from, but you can customize a layout or style as needed by manually changing the layout and format of individual chart elements.
Step 3: Add or remove titles or data labels
To make a chart easier to understand, you can add titles, such as a chart title and axis titles. Axis titles are typically available for all axes that can be displayed in a chart, including depth (series) axes in 3-D charts. Some chart types (such as radar charts) have axes, but they cannot display axis titles. Chart types that do not have axes (such as pie and doughnut charts) cannot display axis titles either.
You can also link chart and axis titles to corresponding text in worksheet cells by creating a reference to those cells. Linked titles are automatically updated in the chart when you change the corresponding text on the worksheet.
To quickly identify a data series in a chart, you can add data labels to the data points of the chart. By default, the data labels are linked to values on the worksheet, and they update automatically when changes are made to these values.
Step 4: Show or hide a legend
When you create a chart, the legend appears, but you can hide the legend or change its location after you create the chart.
Step 5: Display or hide chart axes or gridlines
When you create a chart, primary axes are displayed for most chart types. You can turn them on or off as needed. When you add axes, you can specify the level of detail that you want the axes to display. A depth axis is displayed when you create a 3-D chart.
When the values in a chart vary widely from data series to data series, or when you have mixed types of data (for example, price and volume), you can plot one or more data series on a secondary vertical (value) axis. The scale of the secondary vertical axis reflects the values for the associated data series. After you add a secondary vertical axis to a chart, you can also add a secondary horizontal (category) axis, which might be useful in an xy (scatter) chart or bubble chart.
To make a chart easier to read, you can display or hide the horizontal and vertical chart gridlines that extend from any horizontal and vertical axes across the plot area of the chart.
Step 6: Move or resize a chart
You can move a chart to any location on a worksheet or to a new or existing worksheet. You can also change the size of the chart for a better fit.
Step 7: Save a chart as a template
If you want to create another chart such as the one that you just created, you can save the chart as a template that you can use as the basis for other similar charts
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