Colectica is pleased to announce that its staff were selected to give several presentations at the upcoming European DDI Users Conference (EDDI) in Lausanne, Switzerland. Each year, Colectica sends representatives to the EDDI conference to share ideas and consult with other users of standardized data documentation. This year, Colectica staff will present five papers and teach a whole day workshop.
"We are excited to once again be in Europe for the EDDI conference" said Dan Smith, a Partner at Colectica. "We always enjoy exchanging ideas and experiences with other people who are excited about Data Documentation."
We always enjoy exchanging ideas and experiences with other people who are excited about Data DocumentationDan Smith, Partner at Colectica
A paper titled "Blaise & Colectica - Progress Update" will be presented and will highlight Colectica and Statistics Netherlands announced long term partnership to build software linking Blaise, Colectica, and the DDI Lifecycle standard.
Another paper titled "How to Document Common Data Elements using DDI and Colectica" will also be presented. This presentation will explore the mapping among data elements as used in DDI GSIM, and ISO/IEC 11979. It will also demonstrate the use of Colectica to create and publish common data elements using DDI.
In addition, three papers titled "A Model Based Approach for DDI Lifecycle 3.x Documentation", "C2Metadata project", and "A DDI-driven Conference Evaluation Research Project" will also be presented.
Colectica will also host a workshop "Document Questionnaires and Datasets with DDI: A Hands-On Introduction with Colectica". This workshop offers a hands-on, practical approach to getting started with data documentation standards like DDI. It starts with a high-level overview of statistical metadata the DDI content model, and then teaches how to create metadata in the DDI format. Participants will also learn how to publish rich metadata in multiple formats.
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