Hi everyone, Happy New Year!
The OpenCDISC team is pleased to announce the availability of OpenCDISC Validator 1.2.
Download OpenCDISC Validator 1.2 here
What’s New in Version 1.2
The latest release is focused on adding support for ADaM validation. The OpenCDISC ADaM validation rules have been implemented based on the recently published validation checks from the CDISC ADaM team. Now is your chance to test drive your data against these checks. Please post your questions/comments on the ADaM forum. Both OpenCDISC and CDISC ADaM teams are looking forward to your feedback.
For a complete listing of the latest validation rules please refer to OpenCDISC Validation Rules Repository.
In addition, the validation engine has been enhanced to further improve performance and scalability. Most users should experience up to 3x improvement in validation speed at the minimum recommended hardware configuration. Please refer to OpenCDISC Validator Performance and Scalability Guide for further details.
This release also includes 33 other enhancements and bug fixes. Please refer to the changelog for complete listing.
OpenCDISC at Industry Events
OpenCDISC had a chance to participate at a number of recent industry events including PhUSE conference in Berlin, Germany and CDISC Interchange in Baltimore. We had an opportunity to speak with many of you, demo the tool, and answer questions. Here are the highlights and pictures.
- OpenCDISC - An open source initiative delivering tools for validation of CDISC data, presented by Niels Both of S-Cubed
- Our pics from CDISC Interchange 2010
If you did not have a chance to meet our team, you can find us at the following upcoming events:
- DIA/FDA CDER/CBER Computational Science Annual Meeting, March 14-15, Arlington, VA
- CDISC Interchange Europe 2011, April 11-15, Brussels, Belgium