Published in a peer-reviewed journal
Externally validated (unless it is based on a large number of patients and/or it concern a rare disease)
Absolutely zero costs, as AI4cancer is a fully open-source project
What's in it for you?
Increased visibility, utilization and citation of your paper
“Open Source Approach” is encouraged & requested by grant funding bodies.
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Create a new model by providing information about it from our wizard.Read More
Complete the creation of new model by uploading all the regression coefficients of the model, including the coefficient of the intercept.Read More
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We will review your model and publish it on the AI4Cancer application.Read More
And it's Done! your model will be published at Ai4Cancer!Read More
The development of the decision support models in this online platform was made possible with the financial support of the Interreg EMR programme through the collaboration in the Euradiomics project. The total budget for the project is € 3.402.970,70 and Interreg is contributing € 1.701.485,35.
The Interreg V-A Euregio Meuse-Rhine (EMR) programme invests almost EUR 100 million in the development of the Interreg-region until 2020. This area stretches out from Leuven in the west to the borders of Cologne in the east and runs from Eindhoven in the north all the way down to the border of Luxemburg. Over 5.5 million people live in this cross-border region, where the best of three countries merges into a truly European culture.
With the investment of EU funds in Interreg projects, the European Union directly invests in the economic development, innovation, territorial development and social inclusion and education of this region.
Interreg EMR Program