Coda can denote any concluding event, summation, or section.

Coda may also refer to:


  • Calgary Olympic Development Association, the former name of the Canadian Winter Sport Institute
    Canadian Winter Sport Institute
    The Canadian Winter Sport Institute, also known as WinSport Canada is a non-profit organization based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada who's mandate is to provide training and development to Canada's Olympic athletes, and to maintain the facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics...

    , a non profit organization
  • Content Delivery Architecture CODA Content Delivery Architecture
    CODA Content Delivery Architecture
    - Introduction :CODA - Content Delivery Architecture - from Cambridge Visual Networks Limited is both a digital signage product and a platform. The product is a media player with a ‘drag and drop’ web-based content management system...

  • CEBAF On-line Data Acquisition, a system of the continuous electron beam accelerator facility
  • Child Of Deaf Adult
    Child of deaf adult
    A child of a deaf adult, often known by the acronym "CODA", is a person who was raised by a deaf parent or guardian. Many CODAs identify with both deaf and hearing cultures...

    , a hearing person who was raised by a deaf parent or guardian
  • Co-Dependents Anonymous
    Co-Dependents Anonymous
    Co-Dependents Anonymous is a twelve-step program for people who share a common desire to develop functional and healthy relationships. CoDA was founded in 1986 in Phoenix, Arizona...

     (CoDA), a twelve-step program
  • COmponent Detection Algorithm
    COmponent Detection Algorithm
    The COmponent Detection Algorithm is a name for a type of LC-MS and chemometrics software algorithm focused on detecting peaks in noisy chromatograms often obtained using the electospray ionization technique....

    , a mass spectrometry and chemometrics software algorithm
  • Coordinadora de Organizaciones de Defensa Ambiental, a coalition of Spanish environmental groups, now merged into Ecologists in Action
    Ecologists in Action
    Ecologists in Action is a confederation of over 300 Spanish ecological groups, founded 9 December 1998.Ecologists in Action is aligned with the philosophy of social ecology, which views environmental problems as having their origin in an ever more unsustainable and globalized model of production...

  • CODA (Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association)
    CODA (Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association)
    CODA is the Croydon Operatic and Dramatic Association. An amateur dramatics company and registered charity number 290743, CODA was founded founded in 1943. Since then they have produced over 130 musicals and over 30 drama productions....

    , an amateur theatre company located in Croydon, UK


  • Coda Automotive
    Coda Automotive
    CODA Automotive Inc. is a privately held American company headquartered in Los Angeles, California, that designs, semi manufactures, and sells electric vehicles and Lithium-ion battery systems built for automotive and power storage utility applications...

    , an electric motor vehicle company headquartered in Southern California


  • CoDA, a group of companies (CoDA Consulting, CoDA Pharma and CoDA Serviced Offices) located in Istanbul, Turkey.

Comics and games

  • Coda (board game)
    Coda (board game)
    Coda is a code-breaking board game for two to four players, invented by Eiji Wakasugi. The objective is to guess the code of other players while preventing the discovery of your own code. The game has been marketed under the titles Da Vinci Code and Da Vinci Code The Game...

    , a code-breaking game
  • Coda (comics), a group of female warriors in Wildstorm comics
  • CODA System
    Coda System
    The CODA System is a role-playing game system designed by Decipher, Inc. for their Star Trek Role-playing Game and also used, in an altered form, in their Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game. It uses six-sided dice, and a standard set of character statistics, as well as skills and edges...

    , a role-playing game system developed and published by Decipher, Inc


  • Coda (file system)
    Coda (file system)
    Coda is a distributed file system developed as a research project at Carnegie Mellon University since 1987 under the direction of Mahadev Satyanarayanan. It descended directly from an older version of AFS and offers many similar features. The InterMezzo file system was inspired by Coda...

    , a network file system developed as a research project at Carnegie Mellon University
  • Coda (web development software)
    Coda (web development software)
    Coda is a commercial and proprietary web development application for Mac OS X, developed by Panic. It was released on April 23, 2007. It won the 2007 Apple Design Award for Best User Experience. It is available for $99. - Concept and idea :...

    , a shareware application developed by Panic
  • CODA (company)
    Coda (company)
    CODA plc is a mid-sized international financial software company based in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1979, it was purchased in 2008 by Unit4, a supplier of Enterprise Software, based in the Netherlands. CODA creates, markets and implements a range of business software systems designed...

    , financial software specialist now owned by UNIT4

Cooking and food

  • The Italian word for tail, as in coda alla vaccinara
    Coda alla vaccinara
    Coda alla vaccinara is a modern Roman stew made of "oxtail" and various vegetables.Its introduction dates back to times when it was customary to pay a vaccinaro in kind with the entrails, hide, and tail of the animal...

     (a recipe using oxtail)


  • Coda (music)
    Coda (music)
    Coda is a term used in music in a number of different senses, primarily to designate a passage that brings a piece to an end. Technically, it is an expanded cadence...

    , a passage which brings a movement or piece to a conclusion through prolongation
  • Coda (album)
    Coda (album)
    -Sales chart performance:AlbumSinglesNo commercial or promotional singles were issued, although three tracks received independent radio airplay...

    , by Led Zeppelin
  • Coda (band)
    Coda (band)
    Coda is a Rock en Español band from Mexico, formed in 1989. The band had much of success in the early 1990s, releasing four albums. In the late 1990s, the band had several line-up changes; the band disbanded in 2000, but resurfaced in 2002 with a new line-up....

    , a rock band from Mexico
  • CODA (magazine)
    CODA (magazine)
    CODA is a Canadian magazine devoted to covering all things related to jazz. The magazine produces 6 publications a year on a bi-monthly basis...

    , a Canadian magazine which focuses on jazz music


  • Andrea Coda
    Andrea Coda
    Andrea Coda is an Italian football player. He plays defender for Udinese.Coda began playing youth football for A.S. Lucchese-Libertas before joining Empoli, located an hour away from his hometown. He made his debut for Empoli when they were in Serie B and helped them gain promotion to Serie A for...

     (born 1985), Italian football (soccer) player
  • John Coda
    John Coda
    - Life :Coda was born in Los Angeles and began composing music when he was still in his teens. He learned to play the drums, piano and flute. After earning his Bachelor of Music degree in composition at California State University, Northridge, he worked for various recording studios in Hollywood,...

    , American composer with a focus on film music and television scoring
  • Benedetto Coda
    Benedetto Coda
    Benedetto Coda was an Italian painter of the Renaissance active in Rimini.Born in Treviso, Vasari claimed that Coda trained with Giovanni Bellini. He stayed for a brief period in Ferrara and settled in Rimini in the last decade of the 15th century...

     (died 1535), Italian painter of the Renaissance
  • Risa Coda
    Risa Coda
    , also known as Risa Koda and Risa Kouda , is an award-winning former Japanese model and adult video actress.-AV debut and career:...

     (born 1985), Japanese award-winning former model and adult video (AV) actress
  • Massimo Coda
    Massimo Coda
    Massimo Coda is an Italian footballer. He plays for Bologna.-Career:Coda started his career at Cavese. At age of 16, he was signed by Bellinzona. He then on loan to Cisco Roma, and Treviso made permanent move for the player. On 26 June 2008, Bologna signed Coda in joint-ownership bid and sent him...

     (born 1988), Italian footballer
  • Gakuto Coda
    Gakuto Coda
    is a Japanese light novelist. His series Missing has been adapted into a manga, and Tokyopop will be releasing both in Fall 2007. He is known for basing his horror novels on research into psychology and folklore.- Missing series :...

     (born 1977), Japanese light novelist


  • "Coda" (Star Trek: Voyager)
    Coda (Star Trek: Voyager)
    "Coda" is an episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the 15th episode of the third season. It has an average fan rating of 4.4/5 on the official Star Trek website as of September, 2009....

    , a 1997 episode of the science fiction TV series

See also

  • Caudate sonnet
    Caudate sonnet
    A caudate sonnet is an expanded version of the sonnet. It consists of 14 lines in standard sonnet forms followed by a coda .The invention of the form is credited to Francesco Berni...

    , an expanded version of the sonnet, consisting of 14 lines in standard sonnet forms followed by a coda
  • Koda (disambiguation)
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