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Colectica Awarded an NIH Grant for variable harmonization and concordance

Colectica, a Minneapolis-based leader in standards based data documentation, has received a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Institute on Aging (National Institutes of Health).

Colectica 7.2 Advances Open Standards Metadata

Colectica today announced the availability of Colectica 7.2, the latest enhancement to the world's most popular data documentation software based on open standards metadata from the Data Documentation Initiative. The new release of Colectica provides the most stable, accurate, standards compliant, and enterprise ready research data documentation software available. The support for DDI, ISO 11179, GSIM, and the GSBPM found in Colectica 7.2 are based on research community best practices from Colectica users in countries around the world.

Colectica in Philadelphia for the IASSIST 2023 Conference

Colectica is pleased to announce that its staff were selected to participate at the upcoming International Associateion for Social Science Information Services & Technology (IASSIST) conference in Philadelphia, USA. Each year, Colectica sends representatives to the IASSIST conference to share ideas and consult with other users of standardized data documentation. This year, Colectica staff will participate in a round table regarding longitudinal data.