Print ISSN: 1681-6900

Online ISSN: 2412-0758

Keywords : Visual Basic

Mobile Base Program for Drug-Drug Interactions (MBPDDIs)

N. L. Mohammed; Sh. M. Saied; A. H. Maray

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2017, Volume 35, Issue 1, Pages 63-67

A mobile application program was used in performing a drug-drug interactions (DDIs) for drugs used in Iraq, depending on the drug-drug interactions chart (DDIsC) originated by Ninava Drug Industry (NDI). Two programs were used for designing this work; the first is Microsoft office access which is used to design the form which included the list of drugs and ten registers under it contain different drugs names (Access of drug was available through browsing therapeutic groups or searching for a brand name). If the drug in combo list interacts with more than ten drugs, the combo contains the same name of drug but with number 2, 3 and so on.
The design which includes in mobile contains android system.
In the second design of the drugs interaction a visual basic program is used. Two lists of drugs were used in this program. When a drug from the first list is selected with another drug from the second list, the symbol offer at text box.

Building Program to Calculate the Statistical Information of the Concentrations of Metal Using GIS

Tariq Naji Otaiwi; Hameed Sarhan Ismael

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2013, Volume 31, Issue 1, Pages 1-13

This paper deals with building a program to deal with geographic information system files in the field of mineral concentrations of the materials. Where it is open shape file of all kinds and usage of the basic functions with the file such as exploring the file information (Spatial Data) , (Tabular Data) , (ZoomIn, ZoomOut) , (Identify) and (Pan) ... etc. The key Function of the program in addition to the above is to account the statistical information to the data that represent concentrations of mineral extracted for metals and materials of different concentrations of the land represented by the Shape file point and scales 1:25000, 1:100000 and 1:250000, the program has been built using the programming language Visual basic and program Mapobject.