Output Overview Descriptions | Clinical Reports | Profile Subjects

Profile Subjects
Profiling subjects is a powerful way to view all of the data for one or more subjects, enabling you to view their entire history and determine potential causes for unexpected events or findings. Refer to the Profile Subjects process description for more information.
This process can be accessed by clicking the drill down option present in various JMP Clinical reports.
Important : Before clicking Profile Subjects , you must select the subjects of interest by clicking in a graph or selecting rows in the corresponding table.
For example, run the DM Distribution process for the Nicardipine study and select subjects less than 20 years old from the Age distribution histogram. Clicking the Profile Subjects action button then generates the window shown below. Output is organized into panes and sections. Each tab contains one or more plots, data panels, data filters, or other elements that facilitate your analysis.
The Profile Subjects window contains the following elements:
These panes contain options that enable you to customize the profiles that are generated. Click the triangle ( ) next to each pane to expand that pane.
This pane enables you to select which subjects to profile. Hold the Ctrl key to select multiple subjects or the Shift key to select contiguous subjects among those listed. Shown below is a partial Profile display for three selected subjects.
The following sections are generated by this process:
Drill Down Buttons
Manage Display Templates : Click to open the Manage Display Templates window. This window enables you to specify domain elements and colors along with other saved attributes such as display mode and frame sizes of the subject profile graphs and tables.
Manage Data Templates : Click to open the Manage Data Templates window.
Click to generate a standardized pdf - or rtf -formatted report containing the plots and charts of selected sections.
Click the Options arrow to reopen the completed process dialog used to generate this output.