Below is a list of all help pages about the different concept types available in this registry, click the name for more information. To see a list of help pages for concept types provided by an extension click the extension name.
Generic help pages can be found in the Help index page.
|Conceptual Domain||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A concept that expresses its description or valid instance meanings|
|Data Element||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A precise way of defining how a measurable attribute of a set of objects may be recorded in a system, using reusable metadata components.|
|Data Element Concept||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A valid pairing of an Object Class and a Property to define a measurable attribute of the object, idea or event being observed.|
|Data Element Derivation||Aristotle Metadata Registry||application of a derivation rule to one or more input Data Elements to derive one or more output data elements.|
|Data Set Specification||Aristotle Dataset Extensions||A collection of Data Elements for collecting data.|
|Data Type||Aristotle Metadata Registry||set of distinct values, characterized by properties of those values and by operations on those values|
|Indicator||Comet Indicator Registry||An indicator is a single measure that is reported on regularly and that provides relevant and actionable information about population health and/or health system performance.|
|Object Class||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A definition for classifying a set of real objects, ideas or events that all share common measurable attributes|
|Outcome Area||Comet Indicator Registry||A statement that specifically defines the target, standard, or the ideal result against which an Indicator is to be assessed.|
|Property||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A definition of an attribute common to all members of a set defined by an Object Class|
|Unit Of Measure||Aristotle Metadata Registry||The actual units in which the associated values are measured|
|Value Domain||Aristotle Metadata Registry||A definition of how to record the measurement a particular attribute, either using a coded list of values or a description of the possible values.|