Below is a list of all help pages available in this registry, click the name for more information.
Help on different item types available in this registry can be found in the Metadata help pages.
You can also read about all of the help available for the system from the "Getting Help" help page, which describes all the ways you can find help including links to the Aristotle Metadata Registry Knowledge Base .
|About ISO/IEC 11179||ISO/IEC 11179 is an international standard for describing metadata registries that defines the technical, structural and governance requirements for describing …|
|About metadata standards||When discussing metadata the term "standard" can be used in two different ways with subtle differences. A "metadata standard" can …|
|About the Comet Indicator extension||The Comet Indicator Registry adds a number of additional content types for recording metadata for tracking the performance of health …|
|Advanced Search||Restricting search with the advanced search options The search page provides a form that gives users control to filter and …|
|Concept||<cite>ISO/IEC 11179-6 : Section 3.2.18 </cite> Unit of knowledge created by a unique combination of characteristics The concept is the …|
|Downloading content||Each instance of an Aristotle Metadata Registry will have different provisions and formats available for downloading content from the registry. …|
|Getting help||General help pages These help pages document some of the more common features of the Aristotle Metadata Registry to help …|
|How does metadata become visible?||Before metadata has been registered, it is only visible to certain authorised members of the metadata registry. As content is …|
|How do I browse items?||This registry provides a browsable list of every item type that can be accessed through the Browse Registry Page. For …|
|Registration Authorities||<cite>ISO/IEC 11179-6 : Section 3.9.2 </cite> Unique framework of authority within which individuals (3.2.65) act, or are designated to act, …|
|Registry Roles||Workgroup roles <dl> <dt>Viewer</dt> <dd>A viewer can be assigned to a workgroup to monitor the items within managed within it, …|
|Reversion Formats||The Aristotle MDR provides an audit trial for modifications to metadata items. Changes are recorded and comparable to gain insight …|
|Take a tour of the features||Take a tour of the features of Aristotle The Aristotle Metadata Registry includes a number of guide tours to help …|
|Using 'Slots' to annotate metadata||Using 'Slots' to annotate metadata <cite>ISO/IEC 11179-6 Part 3, Section 220.127.116.11</cite> The things Slot instances provide a dynamic way to …|
|Using the Knowledge Base||Using the Knowledge Base The Aristotle Metadata Registry provides a comprehensive and frequently updated Knowledge Base. This Knowledge Base provides …|
|Versioning Content||Using the superseding relationship All 11179 concepts, such as Data Elements or Object Classes have the ability to indicate a …|
|What are 'registration statuses'?||The ISO 11179 standards defines a range of registration status levels that help users of a registry understand the endorsement …|
|What are workgroups?||A workgroup is an administrative collection of people working together to create a set of metadata for a specific purpose. …|
|What is a Metadata Registry?||A Metadata Registry (MDR) is a database of metadata that supports the functionality of registration. ... An MDR manages the …|
|What is Metadata?||Generally, descriptive data is known as metadata. That is, metadata is data that is used for describing other data. As …|
|What makes metadata standard?||A "standard" is a way for content experts to quickly state that some information is of an agreed quality, stored …|