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Tumor Response Visualization in Clinical Trial Oncology Studies ( US 2018 149 )

Level: Beginner
Kelci Miclaus, JMP Life Sciences R&D Manager, SAS

 
Solid tumor oncology studies have become a major clinical trial focus area and present unique challenges in showing that a new therapy actually works. Due to complex study designs, many traditional statistical techniques (like traditional survival analyses) are not well suited to detect early efficacy signals. Three common visualization techniques have now become mainstream in evaluating multiple measured lesions in solid tumor studies. In this presentation, we will illustrate how to use JMP Graph Builder to build Swimmer Plots, Waterfall Plots and Spider Plots for evaluating tumor response in an early-stage clinical trial. New enhancements to Graph Builder in JMP 14 that allow increased flexibility to control the variables contributing to multiple elements will be highlighted.

 

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