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    2020-02-14: Initial version

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titleHow is controlled terminology represented in the CDISC LIbrary?

In the IG document, the Codelist/Controlled Terms column in the metadata tables lists either the name of a CDISC Controlled Terminology in parentheses (e.g. (DTYPE) or a list of acceptable code values (e.g. Y, N).

For Variables that use a CDISC Controlled Terminology codelist, the variable metadata returned by the API includes a link to the controlled terminology definition in the library. In the Data Standards Browser, the C-code for the published codelist will appear in the Code column.

For variables where the metadata table shows a list of allowable values, the variable metadata returned by the API includes the list of allowable values. In the Data Standards Browser, the Code column will be empty. See Limitations (Staging) foobar.

In the Excel workbook export, the Codelist/Controlled Terms column displays either the name of the Controlled Terminology or the allowable values.


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titleHow does the content in CDISC Library relate to the content in the IG?

The CDISC Library content was extracted from the ADaMIG on CDISC Wiki and loaded directly into the metadata repository that underlies the metadata repository.


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titleCan Examples and Rules be loaded into CDISC Library?

CDISC is exploring options for adding metadata for examples, rules, and other informative content in the future.



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