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Announcing ODIN Beta for OpenClinica

Dear OpenClinica Community,

After presenting it at the OC15 Conference in Amsterdam, we are pleased to announce that ODIN (OpenClinica Data Importer Webapplication) Beta is now available.
ODIN is a browser based, open source php application that can import subjects, schedule events, do the mapping and import data from a CSV file to a target OpenClinica instance.
The mapping rules will be saved to a mapping file which can be reused.

You can download ODIN by visiting our site:
http://rdcit.org/openclinica/rdcit-tools/

or download ODIN from GitHub:
https://github.com/CsabaHalmagyi/OpenClinica/tree/master/openclinicadev_cit/utils/ODIN

ODIN End User Documentation:
http://rdcit.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/ODIN08EndUserDocumentation.pdf

If you would like to test ODIN without installing on your server you can request an OCPlay account by emailing [email protected] Questions about ODIN can also be referred
to heplpdesk or submitted on github.

Since ODIN is still in Beta version we are grateful for any feedbacks you can provide us.

Csaba
rdcit.org

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