CDISC invites you to submit comments on version 3.0 of the ADaM Conformance Rules. The definitions within the ADaM Implementation Guide (ADaMIG) versions 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 and ADaM Structure for Occurrence Data (OCCDS) version 1.0 include specific guidelines and rules for defining and creating ADaM datasets. ADaM Conformance Rules may be used to validate datasets against a subset of these rules, which are objective and able to be evaluated unambiguously. Conformance Rules are defined to be machine-readable (i.e., programmable within computer software) and capable of being implemented by ADaM users.
- View the draft: ADaM Conformance Rules
- Instructions for providing comments: Instructions for Reviewers
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