JMP Clinical Main Window | Studies | Adding and Manipulating Studies

Adding and Manipulating Studies
All study additions and manipulations are done on the Studies tab shown below:
Available Studies
All of the registered studies available to you are listed here. Studies can be sorted by various criteria in ascending or descending order.
Click to select a study. Use Ctrl -click to select multiple studies.
Study Information
Information about the selected study is shown in the panel on the right side of the window.
Study Operations
Use these buttons to add, manipulate, or delete registered studies.
Create a Study : Click to register a new study from a local or server folder, using the Add Study process.
Combine Studies: Click to combine two studies using the Combine Studies process. Note : This option remains unavailable unless two studies are selected.
Refresh Study Metadata : Click to update the metadata file for the selected study.
Rename a Study : Click to rename a study.
Change Study Folder Locations : Click to direct the study to a new folder containing the domain data sets. Note : You must manually move the study and data files to the new folders before using this option.
Snapshot History : Click to use the Snapshot History process to generate a summary report of the snapshot history for the currently selected study
Update Study with New Snapshot : Click to update the selected study with a new snapshot.
Update Study Risk Data Set : Click to use the Update Study Risk Data Set process to manually enter site-specific descriptive information as well as risk indicator information
Explore subjects for this study : Click to use the Subject Explorer to generate and filter profiles for selected subjects.
Delete Studies : Click to delete the selected study. After a study is deleted, its notes and reviews folders are copied to \DeletedStudies\study\ directory. The log and result files are moved to \ProcessResults\ directory and the study folder under studies is deleted.
Filter : Use this text box to selectively filter the studies shown in the Available Studies window.