JMP Clinical Basics

JMP Clinical Basics
Welcome to JMP Clinical , a powerful software system for integrated statistical analysis of clinical data. JMP Clinical software consists of approximately 100 independent processes . The purpose of this manual is to provide you with informative examples of how to use JMP Clinical software to extract the maximum amount of useful information from your data. You should be familiar with the terminology and technology associated with modern clinical analyses and standard JMP functionality. The JMP Introductory Guide provides information about getting started with JMP.
This chapter provides the following:
Note : For information about how JMP Clinical software interacts with clinical and nonclinical study data, please refer to System Operations . JMP Clinical also follows the guidelines described in JMP Research and Development: A Process for Quality .
This chapter contains the following:
General Information
System Requirements
Text Conventions
SAS Variable Names and Labels
Localization-Specific Value Specification
Data Sets Generated by the AE Narrative Report
Sample Case Studies
Crossover Analyses
Using JMP Clinical for Crossover Analysis
Findings Time Trends
Adverse Events Distribution
Other JMP Clinical Cross-over Analyses
Distribution Reports
AE/Events/Interventions Distributions Workflows and Computations
Distribution Workflow Summary
Distribution Report Results
Understanding Count and Percent Calculations
Distribution Results When Counting Multiple Occurrences of an Event or Intervention
Other Distribution Results
Determining If an Event Is a Treatment Emergent Adverse Event
Frequently Asked Questions
System Operations