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Course Number:

1041

Course Title:Creating Well-formed Metadata in caDSR
Course Number:1042

Course Title:

Versioning Rules for Metadata and Creating Derived Data Elements

Course Level:

Basic

Audience:

caDSR Users and Metadata Consumers

Description:

Course 1041: Creating Well-formed Metadata in caDSR provides learners with the rules and specifications for curating meaningful, well-defined metadata. It provides insight and guidance for naming conventions and creating definitions. The use of workflow and registration status is discussed in detail.

Credit for the Course: In order to receive credit for this course, you will need to register for course 1040 by contacting NCI CBIIT Application Support and obtain a score of 80% or higher on the 1041 accompanying quiz.

Objectives:

  • Describe the ISO/IEC 11179 administered items that make up a data element
  • Discuss the details of administered item naming conventions and how to apply them when creating metadata in caDSR

  • Build names for data element concepts, value domains and data elements using the ISO/IEC 11179 standard as a template

  • Create meaningful definitions for data elements

  • Understand how data element concepts and value domains can be reused to create new data elements

  • Choose an appropriate workflow status for administered items

  • Discuss the different registration statuses and how they are related to data elements in caDSR

Prerequisites:

Course 1042:  Versioning Rules for Metadata and Creating Derived Data Elements provides learners with the versioning rules required to maintain well-formed metadata. The specification for curating derived data elements using the CDE Curation Tool is provided.

Credit for the Course: In order to receive credit for this course, you will need to register for course 1040 by contacting NCI CBIIT Application Support and obtain a score of 80% or higher on the 1042 accompanying quiz.

Objectives:

  • List and describe three types of versioning
  • Apply versioning rules to use cases
  • Discuss how versioning a single metadata item can affect the associated metadata
  • Define Derived Data Element
  • Discuss derivation rules for metadata
  • Distinguish between a non-derived and derived data element
  • Follow the process for creating Derived Data Elements and identify best practices

Prerequisites:

Applicable Roles:

Context Administrator
Forms Builder
Metadata Analyst
Metadata Curator Using Forms
Metadata Curator Using UML Models

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  1. You can download the workbook and quiz for this course by clicking on the three dots in the upper right-hand corner of the page.