Metadata is information that provides critical context for data. It makes data easier to find and understand, enabling faster, more efficient business operations. Metadata can be embedded into data files or stored externally in the original database in a metadata repository/ data catalogue/dictionary. Either approach has its pros and cons. 1. Define Scope and Roles […]Read More
What is Metadata?
Metadata is a type of data that provides information about another type of data. Metadata can be in a variety of formats and can be used to describe many types of information. These include structured, unstructured, semantic, and Linked data. Here are some examples. All data in the world contains some type of metadata. Structured […]Read More
Automated Metadata In Clinical Trials
The metadata component of clinical trials is one of the most dynamic areas of the clinical records organization. It evolves based on the trial’s characteristics, which include the type and number of participants, time duration of the trial, medical issues of the study, trial details including investigators, site of the trial, patient characteristics including demographic […]Read More