From any view in the SCT Browser, press
The Search panel is identical in features and behaviour to that of
Reloading clears Perspective: Comparing hierarchy
Reloading the page will reset the SCT Browser to the
Panel sizes can be adjusted
The relative sizes of the four panels can be adjusted by pressing and dragging their grey border bars. This can be useful to maximise a particular panel if the default sizes cause some desired viewing content to be hidden whilst comparing. The panels can also be scrolled vertically independently to alleviate such situations.
Selecting a search result will load that concept into the Concept Details panel, within which all the context details tabs are available, as in the
|In the Search Results list, press and hold the result row for the first concept to be compared. The selected row will be highlighted in blue, and a "Drag this" tooltip will appear.|
Whilst holding the cursor selection, drag the selected item onto the left-hand Taxonomy panel. Whilst dragging, the concept FSN term will appear alongside the cursor arrow.
When the cursor is over the Taxonomy panel "drop-zone" a drop-target symbol will appear. Release the cursor hold to "drop" the concept.
Following a search result link does not change Taxonomy focus
Following a search result in
The left-hand Taxonomy panel will now show a hierarchical tree view focused on the dropped concept.
Now use the Search panel again to find the desired comparison concept, and repeat the same steps to select, drag and drop, but this time drag the comparison concept to the right-hand Taxonomy panel.
The twoTaxonomy context panel hierarchies can now be compared side-by-side. Each hierarchy can be navigated individually (as described in Browse SNOMED CT International Edition concepts).
Following a concept link in either Taxonomy panel will load that concept into the Concept Details panel, allowing deeper analysis via its context details tabs if needed.
The two Concept Details context tabs can be navigated independently whilst retaining their focus concept for side-by-side comparisons of the information in each context tab.
Drag and drop can be used across the Taxonomy panels
If desired, a concept in one Taxonomy panel can also be dragged and dropped into the other to change its focus concept. In selecting it for drag and drop, that concept will also be loaded into the Concept Details panel.
Following another search result will load that concept into the Concept Details panel, regardless of the current status of the Taxonomy panels, which remain unchanged until either their hierarchy navigation is used, or another concept is dragged and dropped to change their focus.
|Once done with comparisons, select |