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Querying with spoken SQL

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by Vraj Vraj (New) New Student

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Do Nurse Informaticists use SQL to query their data? If so, I am assuming that typing queries in SQL is the dominant approach if they want to retrieve or make any sense of their data stored in relational databases. However, typing SQL queries on phones or tablets is painful. Do you think that professionals have any need of slicing or dicing the data on the go? or would they ever construct/visualize queries on smartphones/tablets? If so, do you think that having a spoken SQL querying interface can potentially help such users, given that nowadays we have natural language interfaces such as Alexa and Cortana?

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labordude has 14 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in L&D, OBED, NICU, Lactation.

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@Vraj you strike me as a vendor or someone who has a product to market.

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