INFOODS food composition data interchange handbook by J. C. Klensin

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Published by United Nations University Press in Tokyo .

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  • International Network of Food Data Systems.,
  • Food -- Composition -- Data processing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.

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StatementJohn C. Klensin.
ContributionsInternational Network of Food Data Systems.
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LC ClassificationsTX531 .K65 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination165 p. ;
Number of Pages165
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1505553M
ISBN 109280807749
LC Control Number93185808

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INFOODS Food Composition Data Interchange Handbook. J.C. Klensin. United Nations University, Tokyo, Abstract: This volume is the fourth in the series that provides information and guidelines about requirements for food composition data.

It focuses on the identification. INFOODS food composition data interchange handbook. Tokyo: United Nations University Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: INFOODS food composition data interchange handbook book publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J C Klensin; International Network of Food Data Systems.

The element identifies defaults which apply to the entire data file, such as weights and measures. The element classifies the specific food, identifies any relevant measures, and supplies the relevant nutrient composition data for the food.

The structure of an interchange file is therefore: source and sender. A goal of INFOODS is to create a mechanism to make interchange of food composition data as invisible as telephone or television transmission mechanisms.

That goal is not yet possible, both because of differing standards about the data INFOODS food composition data interchange handbook book themselves- analogous to two people trying to talk without speaking or understanding each other's.

INFOODS food composition data interchange handbook. Tokyo: United Nations University Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

INFOODS (the International Food Data Systems Project) is a comprehensive effort to improve data on the nutrient composition of foods worldwide. A major goal has been the development of a system for easy and accurate interchange of data between countries and regions.

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It was quickly recognised that the draft guidelines for the production, management and use of food composition data which had been prepared under the aegis of INFOODS (International Network of Food Data Systems, a project of the United Nations University), would be especially applicable to the objectives of the Concerted Action.

The food composition data presented in this document are fundamental to food trade, agriculture policy development, nutrition education, and the setting/achieving of nutrition goals and guidelines. INFOODS Food Composition Data Interchange Handbook.

John C. Klensin Book. INFOODS Food Composition Data Interchange Handbook. •05•01 Book. Identification of Food Components for INFOODS Data Interchange. •04•23 Home «NAVIGATION. COMMUNITY. About; Events. Food composition activities include sampling and sample preparation, data generation, data compilation, data dissemination and data use.

Food composition data are useful, mainly in. The International Food Data Systems Project (INFOODS) is a comprehensive effort, begun within the United Nations University's Food and Nutrition Programme, to improve data on the nutrient.

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In-house or affiliated laboratory report/protocol. Study design, sampling, and analysis are under direct control of the person or organisation compiling the food composition data. O = own data. This Acquisition Type changes, normally to 'F', when a dataset from a food composition table is interchanged.

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