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New in JMP Clinical 18

JMP Clinical 18 incorporates performance efficiencies. plus new, updated and re-introduced reporting capabilities. You can suggest changes to JMP Clinical and all JMP products using the Wish List.


See how to use:

  • Updated Algorithmic FMQ (aFMQ) Risk Report
  • Re-introduced and updated: Risk Based Monitoring reporting and graphs
  • Re-introduced Visit Order Report
  • Re-introduced Patient Recruitment Report
  • New Drug Induced Liver Injury (DILI) Report
    • Comprehensive review of all the clinical trial data related DILI with analysis and plots influenced by FDA guidance documents
  • New Subpopulation Builder
    • Create complex rule/logic-based queries to build sub-populations (patient populations
  • New Clinical Data Mapping Tool
    • Add-in that is automatically registered upon installation and can save steps and results to a  JMP Workflow
  • New  JMP Clinical Recoder
    • Add-in that is automatically registered upon installation and performs a simplified recode capability

Questions answered by Rebecca Lyzinski @rlyzinski and Chris Kirchberg @Chris_Kirchberg at the live webinar.


Q: Have the Snapshot Reports changed in JMP Clinical 18?

A: We still do a record-by-record comparisons, display lists of new and modified records, and add a flag list of those to reports.  However, we no longer include a domain view report for comparisons.  See video below.






Q: How the Sankey plots are generated, SAS code or JMP Script?

A: The Sankey plots are generated with a JMP Script.  JMP Clinical is now completely written using JMP instead of SAS.


Q: If I modify the ADSL and add custom variables, will that show up in the list of variables when using the Subpopulation builder?

A: Any variables in the datasets will appear in the filters as long as they were present when you added or refreshed your study.


Q: Can filtering options be saved and shared?

A: The filters built using the subpopulation builder can be saved.  Currently, the only way to share the filters are to copy the underlying text file and send it to others.


Q: Can these reports be generated with .sql, .sas, and/or .csv files as well as .jmp files?

A: JMP Clinical will accept JMP files, SAS files, and transport files for datasets.  So .jmp, .sas7bdat, or .xpt files. We are adding support for JSON files in JMP Clinical 18.1.


Q: Is the subject filter the only one available, can you add filters from other datasets?

A: You would likely use Subpopulations, filter by that, and then save.


Q: is there a way to create a report comparing Subpopulations?

A: If you select something, for example from a subpopulation, you can create a population flag, but it is not retained for a new data set.



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