Create a basic data dictionary for up to 10 variables that you intend to collect for your study using a table like the example provided below.
Create a basic data dictionary for up to 10 variables that you intend to collect for your study using a table like the example provided below. (see attached) . Study is: Randomized Clinical Trial to determine if cannabis is an effective treatment for neuropathic pain In addition to creating a column for numbering your variables 1 to 10, include five additional columns as follows: 1. Variable name: a brief label for the variable (e.g., age). 2. Description: a longer description of what the variable represents (e.g., age of study participants, in years). 3. Data format: whether the data represented by the variable will be text, numeric, date, time, currency, or other (describe). 4. Type: categorize the variable as being nominal, ordinal, ratio, or interval 5. Validation: list the acceptable values for the variable. If the variable is nominal or ordinal, list the specific categories (for example, “yes” and “no” if the variable represents active cannabis use). If the variable is ratio or interval, list the anticipated range of values (for example, 0 to 18 for age in a study assessing pediatric use). Example Data Dictionary (attached) AMA format