Data capture

Acquiring, capturing, and annotating data sets from various sources and multiple locations requires dedicated software tools and services that are able to help you as a researcher to clearly organize, represent and manage your data in a FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) manner. The key data modalities for biomedical research (imaging, clinical, biosamples, multi-omics) are supported with dedicated services.

Electronic Data Capture (EDC) or electronic Case Record Form (eCRF) systems

Data capture in clinical studies is usually organised via so-called Case Report Forms (CRF) which are specifically designed to collect study data in a structured format. Whereas previously paper forms were mostly used, today a CRF is digitally recorded using an Electronic Data Capture system (EDC).

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After completing the transition of phasing out, we have turned off the TraIT OpenClinica server (sandbox & production) on January 31st, 2022. This is an announcement of end of service. The TraIT OpenClinica server will be stored as a backup archive on tape, until 31st of July 2022. After this point the server and all study data will be completely removed. Costs of undertaking a server restore to access TraIT OpenClinica study data during February – July 2022 are €1000 per study. After July 2022, a restore is no longer possible

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