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v3.0.0 - December 2021

  • Cohorts as query terms
  • Ontology searchbox
  • Unlynx behind nginx
  • Update to go 1.15

v2.0.1 - 14th April 2021

Bug fixes, quality of life improvements and UI polishing.

v2.0.0 - 24th March 2021

New major version of MedCo, it includes:
  • New explore features:
    • numeric range queries
    • text queries
    • i2b2 modifiers
    • auto-selection of result type
    • saving of cohorts
    • patient list download
  • Analysis: add support for survival analysis
  • Many bug fixes and small improvements

v1.0.0 - 31th March 2020

  • First stable version
  • Externally reviewed and pen-tested
  • Bug fixes and enhancements

v0.3.1 - 6th March 2020

  • Several bug fixes and enhancements

v0.3.0 - 11th February 2020

  • Many corrections to comply with security reviews
  • Architecture changes: removal of PICSURE, new implementation of genomic annotations querying
  • Keycloak auto-provisioning
  • Support of several identity providers per MedCo node
  • Rework of Glowing Bear MedCo
  • Various smaller improvements, bug fixes and better stability

v0.2.1 - 15th August 2019

  • Implementation of additional query types (patient list, locally obfuscated count, global count, shuffled count)
  • Implementation of OIDC-based authorization model
  • Implementation of CLI client
  • Timers improvements
  • Upgrade of dependencies
  • Various smaller improvements and bug fixes

v0.2.0 - 3rd May 2019

  • Architecture revisit
  • Replaced medco-i2b2-cell by medco-connector
  • Upgrades (IRCT v1.4 to PICSURE v2.0, Onet suite v3, Keycloak, Nginx, PHP)
  • Consolidation of deployment
  • Many smaller fixes and enhancements

v0.1.1 - 23rd January 2019

  • Deployment for test purposes on several machines
  • Enhancements of documentation and deployment infrastructure
  • Nginx reverse proxy with HTTPS support
  • Keycloak update

v0.1.0 - 1st December 2018

First public release of MedCo, running with i2b2 v1.7, PIC-SURE/IRCT v1.4 and centralized OpenID Connect authentication. Deployment for development and test purpose on a single machine.