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Introduction

This page represents style sheets produced by the CDISC community. As the style sheets included with the CDISC XML Technologies standards are updated, these new versions will be made available here for download and use. Other style sheets for use with the standards may also be included here to provide alternative views of standards content to meet the needs of different use cases. A style sheet represents a particular view of XML content. The CDISC XML standards do not dictate how a style sheet should display XML content.

All style sheets are provided as is and without warranties (see the CDISC Representations and Warranties, Limitations of Liability, and Disclaimers). Issues found in any of the style sheets may be reported using JIRA (for example Define-XML style sheet issues can be reported at http://jira.cdisc.org/browse/DEF). 

Style Sheets

Style Sheet FileStandardProvided By

Publication Date

StatusDescription
Define-XML v2.0 style sheetDefine-XML v2.0

XML Technologies Team (Lex Jansen)

2013-04-24Published
  • The original style sheet included in the Define-XML v2.0 standard. Included in the .zip file with the standard specification and schema.
ODM1-3-1-simple-overview001.xsltODM2014-12-10 
Define-XML v2.0 style sheetDefine-XML v2.0
XML Technologies Team (Lex Jansen)
2015-01-16Published
  • The style sheet published with version 1.0 of the Analysis Results Metadata Specification for Define-XML v2.0
  • This is an improved version of the 2013-04-24 Define-XML v2.0 style sheet.
  • It is not required to have Analysis Results Metadata to be able to use this improved style sheet with Define-XML v2.0
  • Changes are listed in the beginning of the style sheet
http://figshare.com/articles/Protocol_Knowledge_Representation/1096216CT.gov XML -> (ODM+SDM)2014-12-10 transform CT.gov XML into ODM+SDM
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