You can download the current release from our Sourceforge download page.
Version 1.9 is the ninth public release of Eureka! Clinical Analytics. This version updates the user interface with a new look, using the Bootstrap framework. This interface updates easier use with mobile devices. Also included in this release is compatibility with i2b2 1.7. BioPortal can also be used as a source for ontologies with this release. OAuth providers, such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and others can now be used to autheticate users of Eureka! Finally, improvements were made for easy of installation, as well configuration of the software.
Version 1.8.2 is the eighth public release of Eureka! Clinic Analytics. This version contains minor bugfixes.
Version 1.8.1 is the seventh public release of Eureka! Clinic Analytics. This version contains minor bugfixes.
Version 1.8 is the sixth public release of Eureka! Clinical Analytics. This version adds the ability to connect directly to a database as a data source, in addition to the spreadsheet upload mechanism. This change allows Eureka! to pull patient data directly from a data warehouse. There are also improvements to the phenotype editor and job submission user interfaces.
Version 1.7 is the fifth public release of Eureka! Clinical Analytics. This version provides the ability to create new types of phenotypes. Frequency data elements can now specify the first n occurrences as opposed to just n occurrences. Value Threshold elements can now be defined in the "context" of other elements. The jasig CAS (Central Authentication Server) was also incorporated into the infrastructure for greater security and Single Sign-On (SSO) ability. Other improvements include bug fixes, performance enhancements, more complete help documentation, and other data element enhancements.
Version 1.6.1 is the fourth public release of Eureka! Clinical Analytics. It contains a new editor for defining your own clinical phenotypes in terms of temporal and other patterns in clinical data. The i2b2 data loader computes your phenotypes in your spreadsheet data, and your phenotypes are queryable in i2b2. Please let us know what you think!
The following requirements apply to the Eureka! software only. Note that other required components (e.g., database) have their own requirements and restrictions in addition to what is described below.
See our installation instructions for how to install the binary distribution of Eureka!