The following tutorials provide information for researchers to learn about the tools, vocabulary, and resources available within the N3C Data Enclave. For those users with a current N3C Data Enclave account, more detailed tutorials can be found within the internal Training Portal (Log in required). For additional support options, please visit the N3C Support Desk.
This session is for analysts, statisticians, data scientists, or anyone who wants to gain a broader understanding of the tools needed to work with the data. Learning objectives: (1) Focus on technical aspects of working with data in the secure N3C Enclave, including use of OMOP concept sets and N3C-specific tooling, such as the Concept Set Browser; (2) Introduce commonly used analysis tools, such as Contour and Code Workbooks and corresponding workflows for simple analyses; (3) Introduce the Enclave Knowledge Store, a mechanism for sharing and using community developed code and data across projects.
This session is for those who want to learn about N3C, as well as how to engage with project teams and access the data. Learning objectives: (1) Provide a general overview of N3C, including goals, organization, and community resources such as Domain Teams and Data Liaisons; (2) Introduce the 3 data tiers available and important considerations for research driven by the data harmonization process; (3) Discuss resources for training and support and the process of the Data Use Request (DUR) required for researcher access.
Learn about hashing and how it allows for privacy-preserving record linkage (PPRL) within the N3C Data Enclave. A demonstration of these linkages is presented using radiographic imaging and synthetic clinical data, along with a walkthrough of the types of insights, interfaces, and machine learning techniques you can use with the linked data.
Get a high-level introduction and overview of the N3C Data Enclave. Learn how to navigate the environment, get acquainted with its underlying organizational structure, view some of the analytical tools available, and see various support options to help you with your journey. The module also provides a brief tour to familiarize users with the data request and access process.
Navigate the Data Use Request (DUR) form in the N3C Data Enclave. View steps to create an appeal to the Data Access Committee's (DAC's) decision for granting of a certain level of data. See steps for amending the initial information submitted and providing validation for the required criteria and/or strengthen the rationale for level of data requested.