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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.  

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Demographics and Socioeconomic Status

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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
demoses01aIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Smart Phone0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01bIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Home computer, laptop, tablet, etc.0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01cIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Work computer, laptop, tablet, etc0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01dIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: School computer, laptop, tablet, etc.0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01eIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Friend's computer, laptop, tablet, etc.0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01fIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Family member's computer, laptop, tablet, etc.0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01gIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Library or internet cafe computer, laptop, tablet, smart phone, etc.0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01hIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: I generally do not have access to the internet0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01iIntegerRecommendedIn what ways do you regularly have access to the internet?: Other, please specify0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses01jString50RecommendedSpecify other way used to regularly access internet
fi06IntegerRecommended6. Are you Spanish/Hispanic/Latino?0;1;97;980 = No; 1 = Yes; 97 = Refused; 98 = Don't know
raceString30RecommendedRace of study subjectAmerican Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
demoses04IntegerRecommendedWhich best describes how you identify your sexual orientation?1::81= Asexual; 2= Bisexual; 3= Heterosexual/Straight; 4= Gay; 5= Lesbian; 6= Pansexual; 7= Questioning; 8= Other (please indicate)
demoses05aIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Man0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05bIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Woman0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05cIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Transgender Man (Female to Male)0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05dIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Transgender Woman (Male to Female)0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05eIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Gender Queer0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05fIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Gender Non-Conforming/Non-Binary0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05gIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Two-spirit0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05hIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Hijra0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05iIntegerRecommendedWhat is your current gender identity?: Other (Please Specify)0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses05jString50RecommendedSpecify other Gender Identity
demoses06IntegerRecommendedWhat is your HIV status?1::31= HIV Negative; 2= HIV Positive; 3= HIV-Unknown
demoses07IntegerRecommendedAre you currently taking antiretroviral medications to manage your HIV?0::20= No; 1= Yes; 2= I don't know
demoses08IntegerRecommendedIs your viral load currently undetectable?0::20= No; 1= Yes; 2= I don't know
demoses09IntegerRecommendedHave you ever taken PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) to reduce the likelihood of getting HIV1::41= Yes, I am currently taking HIV PrEP; 2= I am not currently taking HIV PrEP, but I have taken PrEP within the past 3 months; 3= I am not currently taking PrEP, but I have taken PrEP more than 3 months ago; 4= No; I have never taken HIV PrEP
demoses10IntegerRecommendedAbout how often do you take PrEP1::61= About 1-2 times per week; 2= About 3 times per week; 3= About 4 times per week; 4= About 5-6 times per week; 5= 7 times per week; 6= I don't take PrEP regularly enough to know
grade_highedString50RecommendedGrade/Highest education1 = Less than 6th grade; 2 = Some high school; 3 = High school diploma or GED; 4 = Some college, no degree; 5 = Associate's degree; 6 = Bachelor's degree; 7 = Some graduate school; 8 = Master's degree and above; 9=Some post-graduate training, no degree; 10=Completed 8th grade, no high school; 99=Information not available; 11= High schoo;l 12= College or University; 13= Graduate school; 14= Other; 15 = Less than high school
demoses12IntegerRecommendedWhat is the highest grade of school your mother ( or primary female guardian growing up) completed?1::91= Less than High School; 2= Some High School; 3= High School diploma or GED; 4= Some college without obtaining a degree; 5= An Associate's degree; 6= 4-Year college degree; 7= Some Graduate degree school without obtaining a degree; 8= Master's degree; 9= Advanced graduate school degree (Ph.D, M.D., J.D.)
demoses13IntegerRecommendedWhat is the highest grade of school your father ( or primary male guardian growing up) completed?1::91= Less than High School; 2= Some High School; 3= High School diploma or GED; 4= Some college without obtaining a degree; 5= An Associate's degree; 6= 4-Year college degree; 7= Some Graduate degree school without obtaining a degree; 8= Master's degree; 9= Advanced graduate school degree (Ph.D, M.D., J.D.)
demoses14IntegerRecommendedWhich of the following best describes your current employment status?1::81= Full-Time (40 hours per week); 2= Part-Time (Less than 40 hours per week); 3= Full-Time Student; 4= Temporary/Occasional work; 5= Permanently or temporarily disabled and not working; 6= Permanently or temporarily disabled but working off the books; 7= Unemployed- Student; 8= Unemployed-Other
demoses15IntegerRecommendedDo you receive income from a source other than work?0;10= No; 1= Yes
demoses16aIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Retirement account0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16bIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Federal or State Aid0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16cIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Disability Insurance0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16dIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Investment Income0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16eIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Personal savings0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16fIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Family Financial Support0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16gIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Academic Financial support (e.g. work-study, student loans, scholarships)0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16hIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Inheritance0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16iIntegerRecommendedFrom what other sources do you receive income?: Other, please specify0;10= Unchecked; 1= Checked
demoses16jString50RecommendedPleasee specify other source of income
earningsIntegerRecommendedannual personal income earning1::9;-71=less than $10,000; 2=$10,000-$19,999; 3=$20,000-$29,999; 4-$30,000-$39,999; 5=$40,000-$49,999; 6=$50,000-$74,999; 7=$75,000-$99,999; 8=$100,000-$149,999; 9=$150,000 or more; -7=Refused
demoses18IntegerRecommendedWhat do you consider your parents' (or legal guaridans') class background?1::61= Poor; 2= Working Class; 3= Lower Middle Class; 4= Middle Class; 5= Upper Middle Class; 6= Rich
demo_8IntegerRecommendedWhat is the best estimate of the total income of ALL family members from all sources, before taxes, in the last calendar year? (Please choose)1::11; 99991= $0 - $10,000; 2= $10,000 - $20,0000; 3= $20,000 - $30,000; 4= $30,000 - $40,000; 5= $40,000 - $50,000; 6= $50,000 - $60,000; 7= $60,000 - $70,000; 8= $70,000 - $80,000; 9= $80,000 - $90,000; 10= $90,000 - $100, 000; 11= Greater than $100,000; 9999= no data
demoses20IntegerRecommendedWhen you were a child, how hard was it for your family to pay for the very basics, like food, housing, medical care, and utilities?1::31= Very Hard; 2= Somewhat hard; 3= Not very hard
demoses21IntegerRecommendedOn a scale of 1 to 5; how do you feel about your current financial situation?1::51= Always worry about it; 5= Never worry about it
demoses22aIntegerRecommendedWhich of the following best describes your current living situation?1::181= Alone in a house/ apartment that I own; 2= Alone in a house/ apartment that I rent; 3= With parents or guardians in a house/ apartment they own; 4= With parents or guardians in a house/ apartment they rent; 5= With other relatives in a house/ apartment they own; 6= With other relatives in a house/ apartment they rent; 7= With friends in a house/ apartment they own; 8= With friends in a house/ apartment they rent; 9= With domestic partner/ lover in a house/ apartment we own; 10= With domestic partner/ lover in a house/ apartment we rent; 11= In a school dormitory alone; 12= In a school dormitory with roommates; 13= In a shelter/ halfway home; 14= In a rehabilitation facility; 15= In a residential hotel; 16= Homeless/ Unstably housed; 17= Other (Please specify)
currestxString100RecommendedOther living situation, describedemoses22b
demoses23IntegerRecommendedHow long has this been your living situation1::71= Less than six months; 2= Six months to a year; 3= One to two years; 4= Two to four years; 5= Four to eight years; 6= Eight to ten years; 7= More than Ten years
demoses24aIntegerRecommendedWhich best describes your current access to transportation?1::71= I own my own vehicle; 2= I lease a vehicle; 3= I share a vehicle with a family member or partner; 4= I use public transportation; 5= I rely on a family member or friend for transportation; 6= 6= I do not have access to transportation; 7= Other, please specify
demoses24bString50RecommendedSpecify other access to transportation
demoses25IntegerRecommendedIn the past twelve months, did you delay receiving medical care because of cost?0;10= No; 1= Yes
demoses26IntegerRecommendedAbout how long has it been since you last saw or talked to a doctor or other health care professional about your own health? Include doctors while seen as a patient at a hospital1::71= Never; 2= 6 months or less; 3= More than 6 months, but no more than 1 year ago; 4= More than 1 year , but no more than 2 years ago; 5= More than 2 years, but not more than 5 years ago; 6= More than 5 years ago; 7= Don't know
demoses27IntegerRecommendedDuring the past 3 years, did you try to purchase health insurance directly, that is, not through any employer, union or government programs0;10= No; 1= Yes
food_lastingIntegerRecommendedThe food that we bought just didn't last, and we didn't have money to get more0::40=Never True; 2=Sometimes True; 4=Often Truedemoses28
demoses29IntegerRecommendedI/we couldn't afford to eat balanced meals. Was that often, sometimes, or never true for you/your household1::31= Often True; 2= Sometimes true; 3= Never True
food_mealcutIntegerRecommendedIn the last 12 months, did you or other adults in your household ever cut the size of your meals or skip meals because there wasn't enough money for food?0;10=No; 1=Yesdemoses30
demoses31IntegerRecommendedHow often did you cut the size of your meals or skip meals because there wasn't enough money for food?1::41= Almost every month; 2= Some months but not every month; 3= Only 1 or 2 months; 4= I don't know
fseatfIntegerRecommendedIn the last 12 months, did you ever eat less than you felt you should because there wasn't enough money for food?1::31= Yes; 2= No; 3= Don't knowdemoses32
food_hungryIntegerRecommendedIn the last 12 months, were you ever hungry but didn't eat because there wasn't enough money for food?0=No; 1=Yesdemoses33
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
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