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The Filter Cart provides a powerful way to query and access data for which you may be interested.  

A few points related to the filter cart are important to understand with the NDA Query/Filter implementation: 

First, the filter cart is populated asyncronously.  So, when you run a query, it may take a moment to populate but this will happen in the background so you can define other queries during this time.  

When you are adding your first filter, all data associated with your query will be added to the filter cart (whether it be a collection, a concept, a study, a data structure/elment or subjects). Not all data structures or collections will necessarily be displayed.  For example, if you select the NDA imaging structure image03, and further restrict that query to scan_type fMRI, only fMRI images will appear and only the image03 structure will be shown.  To see other data structures, select "Find All Subject Data" which will query all data for those subjects. When a secord or third filter is applied, an AND condition is used.  A subject must exist in all filters.  If the subject does not appear in any one filter, that subjects data will not be included in your filter cart. If that happens, clear your filter cart, and start over.  

It is best to package more data than you need and access those data using other tools, independent of the NDA (e.g. miNDAR snapshot), to limit the data selected.  If you have any questions on data access, are interested in using avaialble web services, or need help accessing data, please contact us for assistance.  

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Cognitive Failures Questionnaire

cogfq

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
cogfq1IntegerRecommended1. Do you read something and find you havent been thinking about it and must read it again?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq2IntegerRecommended2. Do you find you forget why you went from one part of the house to the other?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq3IntegerRecommended3. Do you fail to notice signposts on the road?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq4IntegerRecommended4. Do you find you confuse right and left when giving directions?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq5IntegerRecommended5. Do you bump into people?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq6IntegerRecommended6. Do you find you forget whether youve turned off a light or a fire or locked the door?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq7IntegerRecommended7. Do you fail to listen to peoples names when you are meeting them?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq8IntegerRecommended8. Do you say something and realize afterwards that it might be taken as insulting?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq9IntegerRecommended9. Do you fail to hear people speaking to you when you are doing something else?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq10IntegerRecommended10. Do you lose your temper and regret it?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq11IntegerRecommended11. Do you leave important letters unanswered for days?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq12IntegerRecommended12. Do you find you forget which way to turn on a road you know well but rarely use?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq13IntegerRecommended13. Do you fail to see what you want in a supermarket (although its there)?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq14IntegerRecommended14. Do you find yourself suddenly wondering whether youve used a word correctly?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq15IntegerRecommended15. Do you have trouble making up your mind?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq16IntegerRecommended16. Do you find you forget appointments?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq17IntegerRecommended17. Do you forget where you put something like a newspaper or a book?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq18IntegerRecommended18. Do you find you accidentally throw away the thing you want and keep what you meant to throw away, as in the example of throwing away the matchbox and putting the used match in your pocket?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq19IntegerRecommended19. Do you daydream when you ought to be listening to something?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq20IntegerRecommended20. Do you find you forget peoples names?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq21IntegerRecommended21. Do you start doing one thing at home and get distracted into doing something else (unintentionally)?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq22IntegerRecommended22. Do you find you cant quite remember something although its on the tip of your tongue?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq23IntegerRecommended23. Do you find you forget what you came to the shops to buy?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq24IntegerRecommended24. Do you drop things?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq25IntegerRecommended25. Do you find you cant think of anything to say?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo1IntegerRecommended1. Absentminded, that is making mistakes in what he/she is doing because he/she is thinking of something else?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo2IntegerRecommended2. Finding it difficult to concentrate on anything because hidher attention tends to wander from one thing to another?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo3IntegerRecommended3. Forgetful, such as forgetting where he/she has put things, or about appointments, or about what he/she has done?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo4IntegerRecommended4. Busy thinking about his/her own affairs and so not noticing what is going on around him/her?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo5IntegerRecommended5. Clumsy, for example, dropping things or bumping into people?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo6IntegerRecommended6. Having difficulty in making up hidher mind?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo7IntegerRecommended7. Disorganized, that is, getting into a muddle when doing something because of lack of planning or concentration?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfqo8IntegerRecommended8. Getting unduly cross about minor matters?0::40= Never; 1= Very rarely; 2= Occasionally; 3= Quite often; 4= Very often
cogfq_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal of Cognitive Failures Questionnaire Items0::100
cogfq_othersIntegerRecommendedCognitive Failures Questionnaire for Others total0::32
Data Structure

This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
  • For valid elements with shared data, on the far left is a Filter button you can use to view a summary of shared data for that element and apply a query filter to your Cart based on selected value ranges

At the top of this page you can also:

  • Use the search bar to filter the elements displayed. This will not filter on the Size of Required columns
  • Download a copy of this definition in CSV format
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Filters enable researchers to view the data shared in NDA before applying for access or for selecting specific data for download or NDA Study assignment. For those with access to NDA shared data, you may select specific values to be included by selecting an individual bar chart item or by selecting a range of values (e.g. interview_age) using the "Add Range" button. Note that not all elements have appropriately distinct values like comments and subjectkey and are not available for filtering. Additionally, item level detail is not always provided by the research community as indicated by the number of null values given.

Filters for multiple data elements within a structure are supported. Selections across multiple data structures will be supported in a future version of NDA.