Common Data Elements (CDEs)
Research works better when we speak a common language
To use Common Data Elements (CDEs) to harmonize language and variables across the preclinical neuroscience landscape.
What is a Common Data Element?
A Common Data Element (CDE) is a logical unit of data on one type of information, with specific and clear descriptors, a variable that is typically collected in a preclinical TBI experiment (e.g., species, sex, age, piston velocity, behavior test outcomes).
Common Data Elements standardize data and enable investigators to systematically collect, analyze, and share data across the research community
The use of CDEs facilitates research by improving:
Usability in data repositories
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