Schemas represent the structure of datasets.


A schema defines the tables and columns present in all datasets with that schema. All datasets with the same schema have the same structure and can have the same concepts and cohorts applied to them.

All schemas are available to all users, which means all users are able to create concepts and cohorts for every schema.


The information you will receive when either listing schemas or getting information on a specific schema is:

nameThe name of the schema
descriptionThe description of that schema
datasetsThe datasets that have this schema, along with information about each dataset
primary tablesThe Tables that are patient-centric and contain medical information about the patient.
support tablesThe tables that are not patient-centric. They may hold information about providers, locations, etc.
columnsFor each table, the columns in that table.


You can list all schemas here.

For a given Schema you can: