- How to Pages
Window and Field Descriptions
- Saved Queries Window
- Add Criteria Window
- Demographics Criteria
- Health Districts
- Last Known Residence
- Pedigree Quality
- Birth Details Criteria
- Diagnosis Criteria
- Diagnosis Criteria Applied to the Utah Cancer Registry
- Diagnosis Criteria Applied to Utah Inpatient Claims and Death Certificates
- Diagnosis Classification
- Procedure Criteria
- Relationship Criteria
- Cohort Builder Window
- Totals Window
- Queries and Aggregation
- Select Grouping Criteria For Results Window
- Birth Order
- Examine Relationships Window
Common Error Messages
- Login failed. Please check your user ID and password and try again
- Please fix errors (red) before continuing
- Please select the aggregation criteria you would like to delete
- Please select the aggregation criteria you would like to move
- Please select the criteria you would like to delete
- Please select the query you would like to delete
- Registration Successful
- Server Error Request
- This will delete the selected criteria and all sub-criteria. Continue?
- You have agreed to adhere to the rules set forth in the Data Use Agreement
- You must choose at least one criteria to aggregate by, before running your query.
- You must select at least one criteria to aggregate by.
- Your cohort contains # individuals.
- Your selection did not include any criteria that would limit your cohort.
Welcome to the UPDBL Help system. These pages are designed to assist you with learning how to use and answer any questions you might have while using the Utah Population Database Limited (UPDBL) tool as well as giving a more complete description of the application itself.
The UPDBL provides summary data on a subset of data contained in a limited version of the Utah Population Database (UPDB).
This is a research resource at the University of Utah and can be used to provide preparatory information for research projects, such as selecting a cohort of individuals for analysis. The UPDB is a rich source of information for genetic, epidemiological, demographic, and public health studies and researchers have used this resource for over 30 years.