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Version 2010/01

This model is also described in a section of the LexEVS 6.0 documentation.

XML Schema

Zip of all files for 2010 Model and Schema Exit Disclaimer logo

Files

Files

Files

Files

codingSchemes.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

concepts.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

relations.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

changeLog.htm

Historical link
http://informatics.mayo.edu/LexGrid/downloads/LexGrid%20Model/schemas/2010/01/changeLog.htm

builtins.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

commonTypes.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

naming.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

None to list

versions.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

valueSets.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

NCIHistory.xsd Exit Disclaimer logo

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XSL Transformations

xslt1 uses Version1 xslt and xslt2 uses Version2 xslt

Enterprise Architect (EA) Format

LexGrid Model Exit Disclaimer logo

HTML Renderings

EA Web Publisher Output Exit Disclaimer logo

Data Model

2010 Data Model (Oracle) in Enterprise Architect (EA) Format Exit Disclaimer logo

Version 2009/01 (revised - 01/19/2009)

XML Schema

Zip of all files for 2009 Model and Schema Exit Disclaimer logo

XSL Transformations

xslt1 uses Version1 xslt and xslt2 uses Version2 xslt

Enterprise Architect (EA) Format

LexGrid Model Exit Disclaimer logo

HTML Renderings

Sample Database

Microsoft Access Exit Disclaimer logo

Version 2008/01 (revised - 04/09/2008)

XML Schema

Zip of all files for 2008 Model and Schema Exit Disclaimer logo

Enterprise Architect (EA) Format

LexGrid Model Exit Disclaimer logo

HTML Renderings

Version 2006/01 (revised - 02/22/2006)

XML Schema

Zip of all files for 2006 Model and Schema Exit Disclaimer logo

Enterprise Architect (EA) Format

LexGrid Model Exit Disclaimer logo

HTML Renderings

Version 2005/01

Documentation (Version 0.2)

XML Schema

Zip of all files for 2005 Model and Schema Exit Disclaimer logo

Enterprise Architect (EA) Format

HTML Renderings

Model Inception

The starting point for the LexGrid Data Model was the Object Management Group (OMG) Terminology Query Services specification, with some revisions and many simplifications. The OMG model used can be found here:

Lexicon Query Service Specification from OMG Exit Disclaimer logo - a PDF file of the model

Lexicon Query Service Specification IDL from OMG Exit Disclaimer logo - the IDL of the model

Common Terminology Services version 1 was also a basis upon which LexGrid was built.

The following files are historical. The current model and its revisions are found above. The first schema can be downloaded:

LexGrid version 1.0.zip (contains both UML and XML Schema)