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Read DATABASE by MILON MITRA @ 8/6/2015
I have Window 8.1. I am a doctor. I made a list of 700 diseases. And I have coded them 1 to 700. Next I made a list of 700 symptoms. I have coded them 1 to 700. Next, for every disease, I gave all their symptoms code. Next, for every symptom, I gave all their disease code. Now I want to know by which application can I relate the diseases with symptoms and relate symptoms with diseases. So that in the end, if I click few symptoms then the relevant disease with these symptoms will pop out. Can you help me?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

MS Access will do this.
You can import this data into two tables.
Diseases and Symptoms
Then create a Junction Table DiseasesXSymptoms that has the DiseaseID and the SymptomID.
Create a Query that Joins these and you can then show them in a Form or Report.
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Read internet database by Mike Lesson @ 10/9/2010
Im not sure what category this falls under....
I would like to create a database over the internet.  Is it better to have the entire application hosted or a front end on the users computer and just access the data on the net. What would some begining steps Be?

Reply from Richard Rost:

Personally, I prefer the database on a web server and a WEB-based front-end for the users, as I cover in my Access/Web seminars. However, Access 2010 has some promising new features for creating web-enabled databases on a Sharepoint server. I haven't FULLY explored it yet, but expect a video on it in the future.
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