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XCollectionTestView

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Example: A bibliographic record in collection catalog
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Example: A catalog of materials related to one or more data sets.
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StatisticalClassificationView

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Example: May be used to list authorizations from oversight committees and other regulatory agencies.
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Example: In the 2012 NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) one Classification Item has the Code 23 and the Category construction.
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Example: The letter M might stand for the category Male in the CodeList called Gender.
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Example: Here are 2 examples 1) Concept of Sex: Male, Female, Other 2) ISIC (the list is too long to write down)
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Example: ExternalMaterial is used to identify material and optionally specific sections of the material that have a relationship to a class. It is used as a base for specifically related material (ExternalAid, ExternalInstructions, etc.) by creating a relationship whose name clarifies the purpose of the related material. There is a generic relatedMaterial on AnnotatedIdentifiable. This should be used to attach any additional material that the user identifies as important to the class. The properties typeOfMaterial, descriptiveText, and relationshipDescription should be used to clarify the purpose and coverage of the related material.
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Example: Analyst performing edits on data, interviewer conducting an interview.
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Example: U.S. Census Bureau, University of Michigan/ISR, Norwegian Social Data Archive
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Example: A dictionary or thesauri, specialist vocabulary such as HASSET, MESH

SimpleMethodology

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Example: Clinical research follows a process. This process can be described as a whole. Optionally, the whole can also be broken out in a series of process steps.
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Example: The pair (Number of Employees, Integer), where "Number of Employees" is the characteristic of the population (Variable) and "Integer" is how that measure will be represented (Value Domain).
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Example: Here are 3 examples - 1. Individual US person (i.e., Arofan Gregory, Dan Gillman, Barack Obama, etc.) 2. Individual US computer companies (i.e., Microsoft, Apple, IBM, etc.) 3. Individual US universities (i.e., Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland, Yale, etc.) [GSIM 1.1]

SimpleCodebookView

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Example: For example: Male, Female
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Example: The letter M might stand for the category Male in the CodeList called Gender.
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Example: Design of a questionnaire regardless of mode; Design of an experiment
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Example: A tabulation of median income by single year of age and gender. One value of median income might be calculated for 46 year old (dimension 1) females (dimension 2).
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Example: Data could live in either files, a relational database table/view/procedure, or an RDF-feed. Many other possibilities exist.
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Example: Data records as below ID value Variable Start End DataType 1 2.0 height 2016-01-14 2016-01_14 numeric 1 Boston residence 2001-07-22 --- string
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Example: ExternalMaterial is used to identify material and optionally specific sections of the material that have a relationship to a class. It is used as a base for specifically related material (ExternalAid, ExternalInstructions, etc.) by creating a relationship whose name clarifies the purpose of the related material. There is a generic relatedMaterial on AnnotatedIdentifiable. This should be used to attach any additional material that the user identifies as important to the class. The properties typeOfMaterial, descriptiveText, and relationshipDescription should be used to clarify the purpose and coverage of the related material.
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Example: Implementing 2 versions (CAPI and mail) of a conceptual instrument.
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Example: The InstanceVariable is to describe actual instances of data that have been collected. Here are 3 examples: 1) Gender: Dan Gillman has gender , Arofan Gregory has gender, etc. 2) Number of employees: Microsoft has 90,000 employees; IBM has 433,000 employees, etc. 3) Endowment: Johns Hopkins has endowment of <3, $1,000,000 and above>, Yale has endowment of <3, $1,000,000 and above>, etc.
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Example: Completion instructions in self-administered mail questionnaire, information for administering a blood pressure measurement, interviewer instructions for a CATI questionnaire, guidance for communicating between an interviewer and a respondent (note MIDUS cognitive assessment example).
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Example: The target of a relationship has StudyMethodology
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Example: Here are three examples: 1. Canadian adult persons residing in Canada on 13 November 1956 2. US computer companies at the end of 2012 3. Universities in Denmark 1 January 2011.
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Example: A simple spreadsheet. Commonly the first row of the table will contain variable names or descriptions.
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Example: The segment beginning at line 3, character 4 and ending at line 27 character 13. Alternatively the segment beginning at character 257 and ending at character 1350 of the whole body of text. StartLine of 10, endLine of 12, startCharacterPosition of 1, endCharacterPosition of 0 means all of lines 10,11, and 12.
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Example: A country, a neighborhood, the inside of a polygon on the surface of the earth, along a street, at a particular intersection, or perhaps even in a certain orbit around the planet Mars.
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Example: Introductory text; Explanations; Labels, Headers, Help screens, etc.
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Example: All real decimal numbers relating to the subject matter of interest between 0 and 1 specified in Arabic numerals. [GSIM 1.1]. The codes "M" male and "F" for female .
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Example: Here are three examples: 1. Canadian adults (not limited to those residing in Canada) 2. Computer companies 3. Universities
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Example: The integers between 1 and 10 inclusive. The values of x satisfying the logical expression: (1 <=x <= 10) AND mod(x,10)=0
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Example: A variable "age" might be represented in a file as a string with a maximum length of 5 characters and a number pattern of ##0.0
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Example: Assigning PatientID the role of identifier systolic the role of measure diastolic the role of measure device the role of attribute time the role of attribute position (sitting, standing) the role of attribute

PhysicalDataDescriptionView

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Example: Data could live in either files, a relational database table/view/procedure, or an RDF-feed. Many other possibilities exist.
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Example: A Data Set can have a record count of 54.
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LogicalDataDescriptionView

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Example: The InstanceVariable is to describe actual instances of data that have been collected. Here are 3 examples: 1) Gender: Dan Gillman has gender , Arofan Gregory has gender, etc. 2) Number of employees: Microsoft has 90,000 employees; IBM has 433,000 employees, etc. 3) Endowment: Johns Hopkins has endowment of <3, $1,000,000 and above>, Yale has endowment of <3, $1,000,000 and above>, etc.
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InstrumentView

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Example: Image, link, external aid, stimulus, physical object.
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Example: ExternalMaterial is used to identify material and optionally specific sections of the material that have a relationship to a class. It is used as a base for specifically related material (ExternalAid, ExternalInstructions, etc.) by creating a relationship whose name clarifies the purpose of the related material. There is a generic relatedMaterial on AnnotatedIdentifiable. This should be used to attach any additional material that the user identifies as important to the class. The properties typeOfMaterial, descriptiveText, and relationshipDescription should be used to clarify the purpose and coverage of the related material.
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Example: (add example)
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Example: “How old are you?”
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Example: quality control, edit check, checksums, compute filler text, compute values for use in administering the instrument
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Example: The pair (Number of Employees, Integer), where "Number of Employees" is the characteristic of the population (Variable) and "Integer" is how that measure will be represented (Value Domain).
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Example: Yes/No, Male/Female, Age in years, Open-ended text, Temperature, BP reading
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Example: Introductory text; Explanations; Labels, Headers, Help screens, etc.
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DiscoveryView

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Example: A country, a neighborhood, the inside of a polygon on the surface of the earth, along a street, at a particular intersection, or perhaps even in a certain orbit around the planet Mars.
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Example: SAS program, photocopier
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Example: A simple spreadsheet. Commonly the first row of the table will contain variable names or descriptions.
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Example: The segment beginning at line 3, character 4 and ending at line 27 character 13. Alternatively the segment beginning at character 257 and ending at character 1350 of the whole body of text. StartLine of 10, endLine of 12, startCharacterPosition of 1, endCharacterPosition of 0 means all of lines 10,11, and 12.
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Example: Assigning PatientID the role of identifier systolic the role of measure diastolic the role of measure device the role of attribute time the role of attribute position (sitting, standing) the role of attribute

AgentRegistryView

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Example: An Organization (source/parent) employing and Individual (target/child); An Individual (source/parent) supervisory to an Individual (target/child); An Organization (source/parent) overseeing a project (Organization) (target/child). Select appropriate relationship using the controlled vocabulary available through hasRelationshipSpecification.
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Example: ExternalMaterial is used to identify material and optionally specific sections of the material that have a relationship to a class. It is used as a base for specifically related material (ExternalAid, ExternalInstructions, etc.) by creating a relationship whose name clarifies the purpose of the related material. There is a generic relatedMaterial on AnnotatedIdentifiable. This should be used to attach any additional material that the user identifies as important to the class. The properties typeOfMaterial, descriptiveText, and relationshipDescription should be used to clarify the purpose and coverage of the related material.
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Example: Analyst performing edits on data, interviewer conducting an interview.
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Example: SAS program, photocopier
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Example: U.S. Census Bureau, University of Michigan/ISR, Norwegian Social Data Archive