Development of Standard Scripts for Analysis and Programming
This is the wiki home of the working group that is developing tools to support development and contributions of analysis scripts and programs.
Notice: Draft white paper on Tables, Flags and Listings associated with central tendency open for comments
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Script Development Platform
Working group 5 are pleased to announce that the initial platform for sharing and developing scripts (SAS, R, S+, STATA etc) is up and running at the following location:
Some team members have set up Tortoise SVN which provides a GUI for working with GoogleCode in a windows environment. The GoogleCode site is configured to use the MIT License.
Progress report on script sharing platform by Mike Carniello Platform for Standard Script Development: Progress as of September 18 2012
We are working on creating templates for specification and user guide documentation. Initial draft documents ready for review are here:
File:User Guide template.docx [[File:File:Requirements Specifications template.doc]
We are hoping to use the Good Programming Practice processes being developed by a seperate PhUSE group.
Here are the slides from the FDA workshop in march 2012 from subgroup 2, working on defining the process of creating and validating slides:
Similar slides were presented to PSDM (Pharmaceutical Statistics and Data Management), a Dutch network group of statisticians, clinical programmers and data managers working in and for the pharmaceutical industry. The aim of the PSDM is to facilitate professional conduct and development of its members and to provide a platform for the exchange of expertise and ideas by organizing scientific meetings, workshops and courses in the Netherlands. The slides were a personal reflection from Kevin Kane of his experiences at the conference:
The subgroup have started working on adding more details to the process of validating scripts. Here is the initial document for review:
This working group will identify potential standard scripts for data transformations and analyses across and/or within a therapeutic area and exploratory analysis. The goal will be to begin the process of standardizing analyses across the industry, but also include examples of what can be done with a standardized data set. This will be an interactive session using online wiki to create and add input that can be shared openly between industry and regulatory.
|Mary Nilsson||Eli Lillyemail@example.com|
|Sally Cassells||Next Stepfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hanming Tu||Octagon Research||HTu@OCTAGONRESEARCH.com|
|Joy Li||FDA - CDER||Joy.Li@fda.hhs.gov|
|Mat Soukup||FDA - CDERemail@example.com|
Steering Committee Liaison: Scott Getzin firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference Calls and Minutes
WG5 Subgroup1 F2F March 19-20 2012
File:WG5 subgroup 2 TC 7 Nov 12.docx
WG5 Subgroup3 F2F March 19-20
WG5 Subgroup3 TC June 7
Discussion Club: FDA/PhUSE CSS Working Group 5 Update Budapest 2012
Example Scripts: Current and Future State
Script Example - Posted: March 14, 2012:
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--- Last revision by Kevin Kane,01/8/2013