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title: <StudyNameReportPage>National Eye Institute (NEI) Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS)</StudyNameReportPage>
description: <Description><![CDATA[<p> The Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) was initially designed as a long-term multi-center, prospective study of the clinical course of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and age-related cataract. In addition to collecting natural history data, AREDS included a clinical trial of]]>...</Description>
post each data record into Solr to build the index
A more detailed overview of how Symfony works by Prathap.
How best to automate data input from the CSV files to the database to avoid having to manually enter fields from datasets in the API sandbox.(perhaps using Doctrine from the command line after SSH into server?)
[prejudiced view] They aren't interested in visibility [want subscriptions] and text-mining unless they control everything. The "free" access in public libraries ("access to research") is limited to one hour and [probably] involves DRM and no copying scraping
Karamjit G ethical, privacy, access, public engagement issues of design, prototyping of tool sets for metadata
Thomas D How many datasets of the type we're interested in exist? How many will exist in the future? Does it make a difference if most of the data ends up in a small number of (maybe national-scale?) genomics projects?