ST Representing CDISC Foundational Standards In RDF

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Use Case Overview

Representation of the CDISC Foundational Standards - CDASH, SDTM, SEND, and ADaM - and associated controlled terminology in RDF.

Project Leads

Standard Name Organization E-mail
Team Lead Frederik Malfait IMOS Consulting frederik.malfait at imos-consulting.com
CDASH Geoff Low
Mitra Rocca
Medidata
FDA
glow at mdsol.com
mitra.rocca at fda.hhs.gov
SDTM, SEND Daniel Boisvert
Scott Bahlavooni
Biogen-Idec
formerly at Genentech
daniel.boisvert at phuse.com
scottab at gene.com
ADaM Phil Ashworth
Josephine Gough
formerly at TopQuadrant
formerly at Roche
Former CDISC2RDF initiative Kerstin Forsberg AstraZeneca Kerstin.L.Forsberg at astrazeneca.com

CDISC Liaison: Landen Bain, lbain at cdisc.org

Project Updates

30.10.2013
Draft representation of CDISC Standards are now available on GitHub: https://github.com/phuse-org/rdf.cdisc.org
Please see the complete press release here

30.07.2015
Representation of CDASH v1.1, SDTM v1.2/IG v3.1.2, SDTM v1.3/IG v3.1.3, SEND IG v3.0, ADaM v2.1/IG v1.0 and an example of CDISC Controlled Terminology in Resource Description Framework (RDF) is final. This work has been complemented by a Reference Guide and a User Guide. The package has completed CDISC Public Review as of 30.07.2015. The RDF files are available from the GitHub repository. The guides can be downloaded from the CDISC web site.

Future Work
Work has started within CDISC to create an RDF export facility from the CDISC SHARE metadata repository. The goal is to create the CDISC Foundational Standards in RDF directly from the SHARE repository and to publish future CDISC standards in RDF as these standards become available in SHARE. As the focus now moves to a SHARE RDF export, we maintain a code freeze for the GitHub repository.

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