How to visualize results from a trial?

  • updated 1 yr ago

If you want to visualize the results of a trial, you can create a trial visualization, either directly from a trial, and starting from the ‘Create new’ menu:

  • In the trial editor section: From here, please click on the button 'create a visualization' that appears at the bottom right side of your screen, once the trial is launched. The visualization will already have the source trial selected (but you might decide to add more trials as sources)
  • In the 'Create new' menu: please click on ‘Trial Visualization’ to create it from any trial you would like to use.

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Whichever way, you will see on the interface that appears 2 types of data visualisation: Time series and Scalar Results.

Time Series show the evolution of the selected clinical output(s) on a given time period, which is the tmax selected during the configuration of your trial. Scalar Results are a distribution of the population at a given moment in time.

To visualize your results, you can:

  • Select outputs: you can decide to output a visualization for any clinical output available in the model attached to a trial. Note that outputs available for selection (on the left-side panel) differ depending on the type of data visualization. Click on the button ‘Update Results’ to display / update results on the plots Select and unselect arms (and more generally groupings that you create) on the plots to ease the visualization of the results

  • Filter results: you have the possibility using the Filtering options on the left-side panel to apply filters on baseline descriptors, patients descriptors and scorings Group results: you can decide to output results grouped by arm (default) or not (all results aggregated). You can also apply various groupings, using distinct values, span, buckets, and quantiles.

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