An all-inclusive guide on how to implement and analyze Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM) and Analysis Data Model (ADaM) data and prepare clinical trial data for regulatory submissions. Topics covered include creating and using metadata, developing conversion specifications, implementing and validating SDTM and ADaM data, determining solutions for legacy data conversions, and preparing data for regulatory submission.
في القصص التي يضمها هذا الكتاب جهد غير عادي من المؤلف للذهاب إلى أبعد من سطح الأشياء, والغوص عميقا بحثا عن جذورها وبداياتها, ثم العودة لتتبع هذه الجذور والبدايات في تطورها وتفاعلها وفي تكاملها, حتى يستكمل الحدث أو اللحظة أو الإنسان في القصة كل أبعاده ثلاث قصص قصيرة وقصتان طويلتان، في لغة غاية في الشاعرية - الصوت - عطية أبو العينين داود - طبلة السحور - رجوع الشيخ - المهدي
Is poverty a fact of life? Can the wealthiest nation in the world do nothing to combat the steadily rising numbers of Americans living in poverty - or the 50 million American's living in 'near poverty'? Senator Edwards and other prominent scholars, businesspeople, and community activists say otherwise.
Call it the forgotten rivalry. The Cincinnati Reds and the Los Angeles Dodgers may not share geographical boundaries, and today they don't even play in the same division, but for a period of time in the 1970s Dodgers vs. Reds was the best rivalry in Major League Baseball. They boasted the biggest names of the game--Johnny Bench, Steve Garvey, Pete Rose, Don Sutton, and Ron Cey, to name a few--and appeared in the World Series seven out of nine years. In Cincinnati Red and Dodger Blue: Baseball's Greatest Forgotten Rivalry, Tom Van Riper provides a fresh look at these two powerhouse teams and the circumstances that made them so pivotal. Van Riper delves into the players, managers, executives, and broadcasters from the rivalry whose impact on baseball continued beyond the 1970s--including the first recipient of Tommy John surgery (Tommy John himself), the all-time hit king turned gambling pariah (Pete Rose), and two young announcers who would soon go on to national prominence (Al Michaels and Vin Scully).
In addition, Van Riper recounts in detail the 1973 season when both teams were at or near their peak form, particularly the extra-inning nail-biter between the Reds and Dodgers that took place on September 21 and effectively decided the divisional race. Cincinnati Red and Dodger Blue includes never-before-published interviews with former players from the rivalry, providing a personal and in-depth look at this decade in baseball full of upheaval and change. Baseball's realignment in 1994 may have rendered this great rivalry nearly forgotten, but its story is one that will be enjoyed by baseball fans and historians of all generations.
Was für ein Übermut, ein Buch mit einem solchen Titel zu schreiben: »Gebrauchsanweisung für das Leben«. Wie soll ein Autor mit dem schwerwiegendsten, dem geheimnisvollsten, dem unfassbarsten und sensationellsten Wort umgehen, das je in einer Sprache vorkam? Hinter welchen fünf Buchstaben stehen mehr Fragezeichen? Mehr Glück? Mehr Abgründe? Mehr Heldentaten und Niedertracht? Mehr Genialität und Irrsinn? Was ist teurer für den einen, und was könnte nicht billiger und wertloser sein für einen anderen? Was behüten Menschen mit mehr Macht, und was vernichten sie mit gleicher Vehemenz? Das LEBEN, klar. Andreas Altmann hat es trotzdem versucht. In zentralen Begriffen umkreist er das, was das Leben ausmacht. Es geht um nichts weniger als Liebe und Schmerz, um Abenteuer und Freundschaften, Einsamkeit, Religion und den Tod, um Heimat und Sprache. Und um das Reisen und die Erlebnisse, die der Autor auf der ganzen Welt gesammelt hat.
Und was immer man in diesen Text hineinlesen will, am Ende jeder Seite erinnert er den Leser an etwas, was mancher so leichtsinnig vergisst: Das Leben will belohnt werden, hat es doch gerade mich ausgesucht!
Pride hasn't had an easy life. No matter what he does, things seem to go bad. This time, though, he's not sure he can get out of his predicament, and he figures he might just have to call it quits. Bear is a mountain of a man, making a home where most folks woudn't, and he comes across Pride right when the other man's irons are all hanging in the fire. Bear doesn't even hesitate, he just barges in and saves Pride's bacon, taking the man home with him to give him a second chance. Or third or fourth. When they get snowed in for the winter, they figure they have plenty of time to get to know one another. They laugh, learn, and love, both of them finding it incredibly easy to get to know all about the other.
It's not all easy with these two hard-headed men.
Pride lives up to his name, and Bear is just as stubborn. They can survive their petty struggles, but will the bigger demons in Bear's past tear them apart before the spring thaws come? Kiernan Kelly spins a great tale of the late 1800s in Colorado, with a heartwarming relationship that will keep the home fires burning for a long time to come.
Only a perfect servant can solve a perfect mess! Being the perfect gentleman's gentleman or lady's lady doesn't make you an angel. Can you untangle your employer's knottiest problems with elegance and unruffled grace? As the valet or lady's maid of Rory Wintermint, you'll go head to head with recalcitrant aunts, light-handed houseguests, manage a fox hunt and corral exotic birds! Tally Ho is a 600,000 word interactive comedy of manners by Kreg Segall, where your choices control the story. It's entirely text-based—without graphics or sound effects—and fueled by the vast, unstoppable power of your imagination. It's England between the wars, and the 1920s are roaring! When your employer, a proper young gentleman or lady named Rory Wintermint is summoned to their aunt Primrose's country house Ritornello for a weekend, it's up to you to make everything run smoothly...or not! Glide gracefully behind the scenes to arrange everything from the flowers to their love life, or leave Rory to their own devices as you pursue crime, adventure, and romance! Will you lie, cheat, and steal to ensure your employer's happiness, or will you insist upon personal integrity? Editor: Rebecca Slitt