Aristotle metadata user guides
The Aristotle Metadata User Guides are available for download in PDF versions from the aristotle.cloud
Metadata Registry. The aristotle.cloud Metadata Registry is an open Aristotle Metadata Registry available for any user to sign up to. The User Guides are available to view and download from our Aristotle Metadata User Guides Stewardship Organisation
How to create and link quality statements
How to Create and Link Quality Statements A Quality Statement is a summary of the key issues to be aware of when using the data. It has seven categories to be taken into consideration, Institutional Environment, Relevance, Timeliness, Accuracy, ...
How to create and link glossary items
How to Create and Link Glossary Items A Glossary Item is a commonly used business term that may not be well understood outside of the Organisation. It's useful to record Glossary Items so that when an uncommon term or piece of jargon is used in a ...
How to record data lineage
How to Record Data Lineage In a Dataset 1. Go to the "Create Metadata" page and select to create a Data Set. 2. Give the Dataset a name and optional definition, and select the button. 3. In this step you will have to give the dataset a definition ...
Managing user accounts
How to Manage User Accounts You must be an administrator of the Registry to be able to perform these actions How to access user accounts As an Administrator of the Registry you have the ability to manage user accounts. To access user accounts: 1. ...
Content policies - how to control the editing and deletion of content
Content Policies - How to Control the Editing and Deletion of Content What are content policies? Content policies are a feature that allows registry administrators to better control users' actions around the editing and deletion of content. It ...
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