Aristotle metadata user guides

Aristotle metadata user guides

What are the Aristotle Metadata User Guides? 

The Aristotle Metadata User Guides are carefully curated helpful guides created by our expert metadata analyst team. These users guides run you through step-by-step on topics like, how to record data in a metadata registry and how to build a Business Glossary, by showing practical examples with user stories and easy to understand steps to follow along with. 

Where do I find the Aristotle Metadata User Guides? 

The Aristotle Metadata User Guides are available for download in PDF versions from the Metadata Registry. The 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

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