The collaborative has a diverse and growing list of training resources for new and experienced users alike. This includes public introductory & explanatory videos as well as guided tutorials & documentation for enclave users.
These lectures serve as a good starting point for people looking to get involved in N3C research, providing a general overview of the collaborative and working in the Enclave.
Orientation lectures are hosted bi-weekly.
Visit the National Center for Data to Health N3C Tutorials page for additional public information as well as links to the following videos:
- N3C Data Enclave Introduction
- N3C Intro to Code Workbook
- N3C Enclave Homepage Walkthrough
- OMOP Vocabulary 101
- OMOP Vocabulary 201
- N3C DUR Appeal
- N3C Hashing Demo
- Optimizing Performance in the Enclave
Once logged in to the Enclave, click on ‘Training’ in the top right corner for more information & links about the following resources.
The Training Portal organizes training modules in topics ranging from OMOP to analyses, including video tutorials, live events and archival recordings, and links to other helpful resources.
The Academy feature (found under Help & Support in the lower-left navigation menu) provides interactive guided tours of the enclave. The tutorial Foundry 101, Navigation is especially helpful to understand dataset access, organization, and social features.
The Documentation page serves as a portal to many other resources for all levels of users. It contains a comprehensive catalog of guides, tutorials, and best practices in a variety of mediums, such as text and video.
The Troubleshooting Center contains fast-fixes for common questions raised when utilizing the encalve, including a troubleshooting checklist, FAQs, and links to relevant documentation.