Output Overview Descriptions | Clinical | Constant Findings

Constant Findings
Running this process for Nicardipine using default settings generates the tabbed Results window shown below. Refer to the Constant Findings process description for more information. Output from the process is organized into tabs. Each tab contains one or more plots, data panels, data filters, or other elements that facilitate your analysis.
The Results window contains the following panes:
Tab Viewer
This pane provides you with a space to view individual tabs within the Results window. Use the tabs to access and view the output plots and associated data sets.
The following tabs are generated by this process:
A tab for each findings domain that contains the variable specified by the Analyze: option on the dialog. Data that are summarized are those test codes that are constant throughout the course of the study. For one example of such a tab, see ECG Test Results.
Drill Down Buttons
Drill down buttons provide you with an easy way to drill down into your data. The following action button is generated by this process:
Show Subjects: Select subjects and click Show Subjects to open and subset the underlying data table to the selected subjects.
General
Click View Data to view the associated data table. Refer to View Data for more information.
Output includes one data set identifying tests and subjects that have the same result for the entire study (named constest_Y_XXX1, by default, where Y is a 2-digit domain code) for each suspect domain.
Click Reopen Dialog to reopen the completed process dialog used to generate this output.
Click Create Report to generate a standardized pdf- or rtf-formatted report containing the plots and charts of selected tabs.
Click Add Notes to take notes, and store them in a central location. Refer to Add Notes for more information.
Click View Notes to read user-generated notes. Refer to View Notes for more information.
Click Close All to close all graphics windows and underlying data sets associated with the output.

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The _XXX designation is used to designate a one- to three-digit number that is added sequentially to prevent overwriting of existing data sets.