If you are wondering how SAS supports CDISC, keep reading

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If you are wondering how SAS supports CDISC, keep reading

CDISC support within Base SAS is described in the Base SAS Focus Area.

Many of you are probably aware of the CDISC support, but are you aware of the SAS Clinical Standards Toolkit? Here's a snippet from the Web page:

The SAS® Clinical Standards Toolkit 1.4 provides support of multiple CDISC standards, including SDTM (3.1.1 and 3.1.2), CRTDDS (reading and creating define.xml files), ODM (reading and creating 1.3.0 xml files) and ADaM 2.1. This tool is the platform used by SAS to support Health and Life Sciences industry data model standards. SAS Clinical Standards Toolkit is under active development with multiple releases planned in its product roadmap.

There is also a technical paper that you may want to read.  The sub-title:  The implementation of Nested Value Level Metadata in the SAS Representation of the CRT-DDS v1.0.0 Mo...

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