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Cochrane's Linked Data Project: How it Can Advance our Understanding of Surrogate Endpoints

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 January 2021

Abstract

Cochrane has developed a linked data infrastructure to make the evidence and data from its rich repositories more discoverable to facilitate evidence-based health decision-making. These annotated resources can enhance the study and understanding of biomarkers and surrogate endpoints.

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