This video reviews the different types of flow diagrams described in this course and provides recommendations as to what types of flow diagrams to consider developing depending upon the data project and situation.
- [Instructor] In this course, … I went through several flow diagrams. … They were all similar but different. … Let's recap those similarities and differences. … I started by showing you an example … of the type of flow diagram, … I make for teams running a data warehouse. … If you remember, since my teams often have … subject matter experts from healthcare … and not informatics, I typically abandon … the traditional flow chart shapes … and use more layperson friendly images … to indicate what's happening in the data flow. … Again, I use PowerPoint, a lot for these flows. … But I did also mention Gliffy.com … as an online software I use as well. … In fact, I used Gliffy.com to make this flow chart, … which I showed you earlier in the course. … In contrast to the warehouse chart, … which is about data flow in a data warehouse system, … the analytic data flow happens in a study, … and explains how you assembled an analytic data set … for a study from multiple data sources. … One time study analyses are quite different …
- How curation files function as part of data management
- Back-end curation
- Front-end curation
- Steps for dashboard design
- Designing surveys
- Creating warehouse, analytic, and application flow diagrams
- Text-based curation files
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Data Curation
2. Back-End Curation
3. Front-End Curation
4. Special Curation for Surveys
5. Flow Diagrams
6. Text-Based Curation Files
7. Application in the Field
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