It’s World Statistics Day! To honor the theme of the day, the JMP User Community is having conversations about the importance of trust in statistics and data. And we want to hear from you! Tell us the steps you take to ensure that your data is trustworthy.
Everyone’s favorite mash-up of JMP and SAS software will be at PharmaSUG in the Mile-High City, May 8-11.
Stop by our booth in the exhibition hall to see demos of JMP and JMP Clinical, as well as of JMP Genomics, another JMP and SAS combination. You can be among the first to see the new interface and features of JMP Clinical 6.0!
In addition, attend these PharmaSUG sessions to take a deeper dive into many of the features that JMP Clinical has to offer:
Paper AD02: “Efficient safety assessment in clinical trials using the computer-generated AE narratives of JMP Clinical” (May 9, 1:45-2:35 p.m., Location: Centennial G). Learn how JMP Clinical leverages CDISC standards and the Velocity Template Engine to generate truly customizable narratives for patient safety directly from source data sets.
Demo Theater: “Assessing data integrity in clinical trials using JMP Clinical” (May 10, 3:30-4:30 p.m.). Fraud is an important subset of topics involving data quality. Unlike other data quality findings in clinical trials that may arise due to carelessness, poor planning, or mechanical failure, fraud is distinguished by the deliberate intention of the perpetrator to mislead others. Despite the availability of statistical and graphical tools that are available to identify unusual data, fraud itself is extremely difficult to diagnose. However, whether or not data abnormalities are the result of misconduct, the early identification, resolution, and documentation of any lapse in data quality is important to protect patients and the integrity of the clinical trial. This presentation will describe examples from the literature and provide numerous practical illustrations using JMP Clinical.
Finally, stop by and chat with Richard Zink at the SAS booth (May 10, 11:00-11:30 a.m.). He’ll be autographing copies of his two SAS Press books: