Our greatest threat is…

Reposted by permission from Liberty Counsel Action. Today could be a turning point in the history of America. In this great country we have the freedom to vote. A great responsibility rests on our shoulders. Our decision will determine who will nominate judges, and so much more. As America sits at a crossroads today, weContinue reading “Our greatest threat is…”

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OpenClinica: Printing subject casebooks, blank casebooks and blank CRFs

Wanna print subject casebooks using OpenClinica? This article is an extract from a video demo from the OpenClinica blog website. Click the link below now. Source: http://blog.openclinica.com/2014/10/06/video-demos-printing-subject-casebooks-blank-casebooks-and-blank-crfs/ Happy Printing!!!   Fair Use Notice: This video contains some copyrighted material whose use has not been authorized by the copyright owners. We believe that this not-for-profit, educational,Continue reading “OpenClinica: Printing subject casebooks, blank casebooks and blank CRFs”

Where in the World is Ana?

First, I want to say thank you for reading my blog, connecting with me on LinkedIn or following whenever I go [thank you NSA]. Many of you, for months, have asked me if I was going to write more articles related to clinical trials. For sometime now, I have taking time-off from this EDC blogContinue reading “Where in the World is Ana?”

Central Designer – Troubleshooting Tips

If an edit check or function fails to behave as expected, it is time to use your ‘troubleshooting’ skills. The following tips may help you when you are troubleshooting rules in InForm: Rules: check if rules are running check the rule logic check Rule Dependencies: a rule on a form has access to items onContinue reading “Central Designer – Troubleshooting Tips”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 6 – SAS Arithmetic and Variable Creation

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 6 introduces the concept of SAS arithmetic in the DATA STEP. I discuss how one can add, subtract, divide, multiply, or create their own formulas for variables in the data. I also discuss using SAS arithmeticContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 6 – SAS Arithmetic and Variable Creation”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 5 – Data Reduction and Data Cleaning

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 5 introduces the concept of data reduction (also known as subsetting ;data sets). I discuss how one can subset a data set (i.e. reduce a data set’s number of observations) based on some criteria using theContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 5 – Data Reduction and Data Cleaning”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 4 – Merging Data Sets

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 4 introduces the concept of merging SAS data sets using a variety of methods. I discuss how one can merge two or more data sets in the DATA STEP using the SET statement. I also describeContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 4 – Merging Data Sets”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 2 – Creating Datasets on the Fly

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 2 introduces some basic data step programming to define variables and specify their values for data sets containing one or more observations. I also introduce two procedures: the PRINT procedure (PROC ;PRINT) to display the dataContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 2 – Creating Datasets on the Fly”

How to Use SAS – Lesson 1 – The SAS Interface

This video series is intended to help you learn how to program using SAS for your statistical needs. Lesson 1 introduces the SAS window, it’s various environments ;and what each environment does. I also provide some basic code to create a data set, make a new variable & assign it a value, and then runContinue reading “How to Use SAS – Lesson 1 – The SAS Interface”