ClinPlus Report the most flexible and validated authoring tool for creating, high-quality, statistical tables and listings.
Producing high quality statistical reports in a consistent format can be time consuming and tedious work. But...not anymore! ClinPlus®Report is not merely a report selector but a true report authoring system that empowers you to develop libraries of standard, data-driven, reusable and customizable templates for generating tables and listings in any format you require. These templates can be reused and customized as required in hours not days!
Develop Consistent Branding and Formatting From Multiple Programmers!
ClinPlus Report ensures table and listing consistency from different programmers.
Let's face it, if you have multiple programmers working on various tables and listings, each table could have a different look, and more importantly the code could be written differently. If these programmers are working in different regions they will be even more different. And what happens when someone leaves the company? With ClinPlus Report, libraries can be developed and shared so that the tables and listings included in the final Clinical Study Report are consistent (because they're all created using the same methodology)and professionally formatted and archived.
Take SDTM to another Level!
ClinPlus Report has an optional template library containing over 60+ commonly-used safety tables and listings templates as well as a powerful CDISC/SDTM/ADaM conversion capability.
With the optional ClinPlus ADaM Data Conversion Toolkit and Template Library you can adhere to CDISC standards and facilitate efficient data integration, transport, access and review. Ideally, the FDA will want to perform analytic review using ADaM standards. Converting your SDTM data to ADaM data, and then to submission-ready tables, as well as accurately documenting the process, can present numerous challenges. One of the primary challenges is providing reviewers with complete documentation with clear descriptions of the usage, structure, contents and attributes of all submitted datasets and variables. A second challenge when creating tables and listings is to provide traceability as to how the ADaM datasets were derived or calculated.
Our process tracks each variable in the ADaM dataset back to its original source. CDISC specifications also indicate that any variables copied or derived from an SDTM domain into an ADaM dataset must retain the integrity of the data in the SDTM domain. This allows reviewers to replicate most analysis, tables, graphs and listings with minimal or no transformations and to enable them to easily view and subset the data used to generate any analysis, table, graph or listing without complex programming. The final challenge is to produce and present in-text tables and data listings in a highly readable manner with consistent formatting from table-to-table and study-to-study.