Efficient and Effective Review of Clinical Trial Safety Data Using Interactive Graphs and Tables
Clinical trials collect a great deal of data relating to the safety of the trial participants. The data are complex in nature and traditional approaches to data review involve using summary tables and listed data. An alternative approach to the review of clinical trial safety data is presented, allowing reviewers to access individual subject data via hyperlinked plots and tables. Examples of presentations of data for very large studies, and of the inclusion outputs from modern statistical methods are demonstrated.
KeywordsRandom Forest Patient Report Graphical Presentation Patient Identifier Scalable Vector Graphic
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