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@kerfors mentioned the possibility of representing the [[Study Data Reviewer's Guide]] using semantic technologies.  This is beyond me, but sounds interesting.  And I quote (from Twitter) "How about a machine process-able Data Guide? In OWL/RDF & SPIN/RDF, see nice SPIN ex. http://topquadrant.com/products/SPIN.html"
 
@kerfors mentioned the possibility of representing the [[Study Data Reviewer's Guide]] using semantic technologies.  This is beyond me, but sounds interesting.  And I quote (from Twitter) "How about a machine process-able Data Guide? In OWL/RDF & SPIN/RDF, see nice SPIN ex. http://topquadrant.com/products/SPIN.html"
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== Use Semantic Mediawiki -- [[User:DanBoisvert|DanBoisvert]] 12:23, 25 April 2013 (CDT) ==
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I wonder if there is an opportunity to use the semantic mediawiki extension to be able to produce live (non-production, non-validated) working examples of the use cases we come up with. http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Using_SPARQL_and_RDF_stores<br />
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http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/FAQ
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Just a thought.

Revision as of 12:23, 25 April 2013

Proposed Use Cases

  • Representing data standards (e.g. CDISC standards) as an ontology
    • Representing conformance checks in RDF
  • Supporting the development of therapeutic area content development including standards
  • Representing clinical trial data in RDF
  • Representing data exchange standards in RDF

Using RDF data in our Workflow -- DanBoisvert 13:28, 18 April 2013 (CDT)

Representing CDISC in RDF is interesting, but how could we go from RDF to SAS (or whatever technology is used to create datasets)

Represent the SDRG using Semantic Technology -- DanBoisvert 08:24, 23 April 2013 (CDT)

@kerfors mentioned the possibility of representing the Study Data Reviewer's Guide using semantic technologies. This is beyond me, but sounds interesting. And I quote (from Twitter) "How about a machine process-able Data Guide? In OWL/RDF & SPIN/RDF, see nice SPIN ex. http://topquadrant.com/products/SPIN.html"

Use Semantic Mediawiki -- DanBoisvert 12:23, 25 April 2013 (CDT)

I wonder if there is an opportunity to use the semantic mediawiki extension to be able to produce live (non-production, non-validated) working examples of the use cases we come up with. http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Using_SPARQL_and_RDF_stores
http://semantic-mediawiki.org/wiki/FAQ


Just a thought.