LexEVS LexEVS is the central EVS terminology server, developed by the Mayo Clinic with NCI and other support. LexEVS provides a common terminology model and open access to a wide range of terminologies, terminology value sets, and cross-terminology mappings needed by NCI and its partners. For users wanting to install and run a local instance of LexEVS, the LexEVS server package provides a comprehensive set of software and services to load, publish, and deploy vocabulary in a variety of web-enabled and grid environments. The LexEVS API serves users who want programmatic access to the data made available by LexEVS.
LexEVS 6.0 is the latest release. This release focuses primarily on alignment with standards. Other significant functionality added, especially in the areas of authoring APIs, value sets, mappings, and exporters top the list of enhancements, is as follows:
Presentations, Demos and Other Materials
Refer to LexEVS Presentations.
Query Service with Program Examples, included in the LexEVS base installation. Both Lexical Set Operations and Graph Operations are included for common vocabulary functions using a sample vocabulary and CodedNodeSet. This is described in the [LexEVS:LexEVS 6.0 Installation Guide].
Example Programs and Verification Test Suite, included in the LexEVS base installation. The Example Programs provide a limited interactive demonstration of LexEVS capabilities. Both are explained in the [LexEVS:LexEVS 6.0 Installation Guide].
Code examples, [LexEVS Example Code zip file available on GForge|https://gforge.nci.nih.gov/docman/view.php/491/23706/LexEVS_60_Example_Code.zip]. These are code examples for subjects of frequently asked questions such as creating a coded node graph using the LexBIG convenience methods.
Documentation and Training