How to create Define-XML metadata with ryze
You can easily create dataset metadata specifications in ryze. To make things easier, we’ve embedded the Define-XML standards into the dataset design process. This means that anytime you create datasets in ryze, they will conform to the Define-XML standard. ryze guides you on what to create, so that your metadata is Define-XML compliant.
SDTM, ADaM, SEND & ARM
We’ve incorporated SDTM, ADaM and SEND into an easy to use define structure. All aspects of the define.xml are captured, in order to ensure a valid submission. This covers everything you need for the final submission, plus any deviation from CDISC standards. For example, for ADaM you can create Analysis Results Metadata (ARM) in ryze. ARM metadata is only applicable for ADaM, and we’ve given you the tools to describe ARM for a study. This is just one example of how we help you work with new standards very quickly.