Output Tab Descriptions | Clinical | Vital Signs

Vital Signs
The Vital Signs tab is shown below.
It contains the following elements:
The data table underlying these histograms represents records that have at least one duplicate within or between subjects in the trial (depending on options). Therefore, Unique Subject Identifier shows the number of subject records that occur in duplicate bins. Non-Missing Components helps identify duplicate records with a majority of nonmissing data. Country, Study Site, and Treatment Arm are provided to show where these duplicates occur most frequently.
See Distribution for more information.
Using the Show Subjects button shows the records for selected subjects. This details the records that are duplicated within the subject or across other subjects.
To see duplicates, either the data table can be opened under Tabs or the Duplicate ID can be added to Data Filter (described below) to select subjects that have overlap. See below where Duplicate IDs match. In these cases, Diastolic, Systolic, and Heart Rate are identical. It is unlikely to expect that these sets of values would be the same across subjects (or perhaps even repeat identically within subjects).
One Data Filter.
It enables you to subset histograms based on date characteristics. Additional terms can be added from the data table using the AND and OR buttons of the filter.