Field Value Recommendation Report

John Wieczorek edited this page Nov 8, 2016 · 2 revisions

Field Value Recommendation Reports contain three columns and one row for every distinct value of the field in the source file that can be found in a vocabulary lookup file for that field. The first column is the name of the field in which the value was found. The second column is the recommended standard value to use in place of the value given. The third column signifies whether the recommended standard value has been vetted (1) or not (0). Vetting means that someone has looked at the original value and provided either a) a standard value to replace the original value, or b) an empty value signifying that the original value cannot be unambiguously assigned to a standard value.

Following is an example of a Field Value Recommendation Report:

sex,standard,vetted
M,male,1
F,female,1
undetermined,unknown,1
male?,in question,1
hembra,female,0
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