Remote data capture
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Remote data capture is the process of automatic collection of scientific data. It is widely used in clinic trials, where it is referred to as electronic data capture. In physical sciences, automatic observation hardware in the field can be linked to an observer in a laboratory through a cellphone or other communication link, for example in hydrology. RDC systems influenced the design of later electronic data capture (EDC) systems.
- ^ Welcome to the CTSU Remote Data Capture Project Cancer Trials Support Unit
- ^ Water and global change Hydrology for Environment, Life and Policy
- ^ Aitkendhead, M.J. and Cooper, R.J. 2007. Neural network time series prediction of environmental variables in a small upland headwater in NE Scotland. Hydrological Processes, 22, 3091-3101 
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