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Anonymous Private Browsing
For more, visit Browsing.life
OpenMD is a medical science platform and
interface of the Learning Health Systems ¹
at Balanced City.
This page describes some of the features
and technologies related to anonymous
private browsing on OpenMD.
Security & Privacy
Using OpenMD is free, anonymous, private
Security and privacy are the highest priorities.
OpenMD uses Authenticate.life to create
Secure Sessions for anonymous browsing ².
A Secure Session is an anonymous account
that exists until the session ends, either when
a user quits the browser or clears the history.
One Click Login
Creating a Secure Session
When a user first arrives and requests a
content page, they are prompted to log in
with One Click Login at Authenticate.life
One Click Login
One Click Login generates Session IDs.
A Session ID is a random sequence of
numbers and letters like the one below.
The Session ID is stored by the browser
and deleted at the end of the session.
The Session ID is used to authenticate
each request for content from .life
domains of OpenMD.
These domains include...
nih.life · Clinical Trial Sponsors
nlm.life · PubMed Journals
ncbi.life · MedGen, BioProject,
The Human Reference Genome
Secure and Anonymous
The Session History is totally private
and can only be accessed by a user
while their session is active.
Users can access the Session History
from the Session History Panel or at
When a user is logged in, the Arrows ⇦⇨
of the Session History Panel appear
up in the top right of the page.
Moving the mouse over the arrows
opens the Session History Panel.
Clicking the arrows navigates.
· Left goes back one page.
· Right goes forward one page.
Users can press left and right arrows
on the keyboard to go back or forward
through the Session History as well.
Users can also press 'H' ... for History
from the keyboard to open and close
the Session History Panel.
Key Commands & the Controller
Navigating with the Keyboard
OpenMD users can navigate with keys
on the keyboard.
For example, jump to PubMed with 'P'
For the Human Genome press 'G'
For more, visit KeyCommands.life
Use Key Commands from a Controller ❐
or any content page in OpenMD.
The Controller provides a compact and
convenient list of frequently requested
medical science utilities containing over
30 million medical reference documents
with automated machine learning.
Visit Controller.life or AutoML.life for more.
How to Download the Session History
Save a Tab Separated Text File
The Session History Panel and MySession.life
allow users to download the Session History
by clicking Download.
Downloading the Session History creates a
text file named openmd-session.txt that
looks like this...
Create, Share and Teach
A Useful List
An OpenMD Session History is a list
of pages visited during a session.
This list can be very useful.
For example, researching a topic can
require copying and pasting addresses
of webpages. OpenMD users can easily
visit a hundred webpages and just save
the Session History.
Automated Machine Learning (AutoML)
can then read each page and provide
additional information by summarizing
the most recent research publications
related to the concepts it finds.
Any logged in user can run AutoML on
their Session History at MySession.life
There are many other uses for a list of
OpenMD provides new and convenient
ways of creating and working with this
data, like Research Projects.
OpenMD Research Projects
Automated Machine Learning Teams
Automated programs like AutoML and
Machine Teaching are next-generation
scientific collaboration tools that allow
everyone on OpenMD to contribute to
Automated machine learning teams
use convenient, secure tools that are
totally private, protecting contributors'
complete control over their data.
Visit TeachML.life for more.
OpenMD exists to provide these tools
to medical and scientific communities,
empowering creation of knowledge
with trustworthy technology.
Enjoy browsing OpenMD
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