Database characterisation and assessmentVAC4EU2020-09-02T10:45:10+00:00
Database characterisation and assessment
We developed database characterisation procedures, for detailed assessment of the content of the electronic health database.
The detailed characterization of input files demonstrated to be a good system for harmonisation and benchmarking and is crucial to assess feasibility of data sources to participate in network studies on specific questions. These processes are currently further defined and elaborated and will be proposed for scientific qualification by EMAThe fingerprinting of input files demonstrated to be a good system for harmonisation and benchmarking and it is crucial to assess feasibility of data sources to participate in network studies on specific questions.
Database characterisation in VAC4EU
All VAC4EU members who would like to contribute data in VAC4EU studies, are obliged to provide meta-data to the catalogue and execute dedicated VAC4EU database characterisation to assess whether data are fit-for purpose.
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