This Flash animation shows the basics of how an ODM XML file can be checked against the CDISC standard.
However, the file also contains some other non-conformities.
Start the demo now The demo shows the checking of an ODM file which has a large number of inconformities, especially in the Study section (containing the study setup).
Listings include what the tool does, who developed it, when and for what purpose it was developed.
Description: The Archivists' Toolkit is an open source archival data management system to provide integrated support for accessioning, description, donor tracking, name and subject authority work, and location management for archival materials.
It includes integrated support for managing archival materials from acquisition through processing, a customizable interface, ingest of legacy data in multiple formats (e.g.
EAD and MARCXML), rapid data entry interface for creating container lists, generation of reports, export of EAD 2002, MARC XML, METS, MODS, and Dublin Core, and support for desktop or networked, single- or multi-repository installations.As a consequence, in the Clinical Data section (containing the clinical data) even more non-conformities are found.It is also shown how a check can be performed without checking referential integrity between Study section and Clinical Data section, i.e.The next major release, DAITSS 2.0, will have functionality to export PREMIS metadata in METS.Availability: Documentation: Page Date last updated: July 25, 2007 Description: Digi Tool is a commercial product developed by Ex Libris for the management of digital assets in libraries and academic environments, enabling institutions to create, manage, preserve, and share locally administered digital collections.performing a first, rough check without checking against the metadata.