Vol 9: Integrated Data Management for Clinical Studies: Automatic Transformation of Data Models with Semantic Annotations for Principal Investigators, Data Managers and Statisticians.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 9: Integrated Data Management for Clinical Studies: Automatic Transformation of Data Models with Semantic Annotations for Principal Investigators, Data Managers and Statisticians.


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This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractDesign, execution and analysis of clinical studies involves several stakeholders with different professional backgrounds. Typically, principle investigators are familiar with standard office tools, data managers apply electronic data capture EDC systems and statisticians work with statistics software. Case report forms CRFs specify the data model of study subjects, evolve over time and consist of hundreds to thousands of data items per study. To avoid erroneous manual transformation work, a converting tool for different representations of study data models was designed. It can convert between office format, EDC and statistics format. In addition, it supports semantic annotations, which enable precise definitions for data items. A reference implementation is available as open source package ODMconverter at http:-cran.r-project.org.



Author: Dugas, Martin; Dugas-Breit, Susanne

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