Core Team Members:
Support for CDISC Metadata:
Volunteers with an interest in XML and the CDISC standards are needed. XML expertise is not required.
The CDISC XML Technologies Team creates and maintains XML representations of CDISC standards. The XML Technologies Team also aids in the development of models that support the instantiation of standards in XML and other formats, such as RDF. The XML Technologies Team owns the ODM standard and is completely responsible for its development.
The XML Technologies Team has 6 production standards:
ScopeThe XML Technologies Team supports the development and maintenance of specifications for the acquisition, exchange and archive of clinical research metadata and data between systems and organizations. Specifically, the team focuses on the development of XML Schemas, although it also supports other exchange formats such as RDF. The XML Technologies Team primarily focuses on specifications to support the use of CDISC Foundational Standards (PRM, SDM, CDASH, Lab, SDTM, SEND, ADaM, Controlled Terminology), though many of these XML standards can be used with other clinical data that do not necessarily conform to CDISC standards.
Dependencies on Other Standards/Teams/SDOs/Organizations:
SDTM Metadata, SDTM Validation, ADaM Metadata, CDASH, PRG, SHARE, IHE, ISO, HL7, PhUSE
BRIDG, SHARE, PRG, SDS, SDTM ADaM, ADaM , Terminology, SHARE, CDASH, PhUSE, NCI EVS
Operating Model & Meetings
Monthly full team meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of the month
Development sub-teams typically meet every two weeks.
Team portal repository:http://cdisc.portal.com/Teams%20Projects/ODM/default.aspx