EventLayout

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The EventLayout exists to permit the description of data stored in a "tall" dataset format. For event data typically each row in the dataset will contain a single data point's value, a unit identifier, a reference to a variable, a start time, and end time, and a datatype (that of the referenced variable).

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CSV data records as below: In the first example variable names appear in the column named "Variable". <pre> ID,value,Variable,Start,End,DataType<br/> 1,2,height,1/14/2016,1/14/2016,numeric<br/> 1,Boston,residence,7/22/2001,,string </pre> In the second example, the variable reference is a DDI4 URN, explicitly pointing to an InstanceVariable. <pre> ID,value,Variable,Start,End,DataType<br/> 1,2, URN:DDI:example.org:ID_Var_height:1,1/14/2016,1/14/2016,numeric<br/> 1,Boston, URN:DDI:example.org:ID_Var_residence:1,7/22/2001,,string </pre>
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