CDISC Blog filter by tag: metadata,at 8:54 AM by cdisc
By now, many of you have heard about the CDISC SHARE project. For those of you that haven’t, this new initiative seeks to develop multi-dimensional, machine-readable clinical study metadata that is based on ISO data standards and the BRIDG model. In short we want to change the way we develop standards to an approach that focuses on precise definitions, terminology and metadata (BRIDG, datatypes, variable names, etc.) to take a date element/concept from the clinical protocol, through collection, analysis and submission. To quote Dave Iberson-Hurst, CDISC is, “moving from the implicit world of data standards to the explicit world of data standards”.
Tags: BRIDG, SHARE, ISO, SDTM, metadata,
at 6:03 AM by cdisc
One of the main reasons for starting the CDISC blog was to improve the flow of communication from CDISC to the CDISC community. It is a feature of CDISC that the less we communicate the better the quality of the rumours. The problem we face is that however much we do actually communicate, we could always do more. This has certainly be true when I think about the CDISC HL7 project and some of the rumours that surround that work. However, more about that project in a later post ...
Tags: metadata, SHARE,