July 9, 2018 Meeting Notes

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July 9, 2018

Present First Name Last Name Affiliation
Yes Kevin Snyder FDA
Elaine Thompson FDA
Kevin Cahill EPL
Bill Varady Boehringer-Ingelheim
Regrets Bob Friedman Xybion
Stephen MacMannis Pfizer
Fred Mura PDS
Anthony Fata SNBL
Hanming Tu Accenture
Yes Bill Houser Bristol-Myers Squibb
Yes Atul Mishra Pfizer
Yes Jared Slain MPI Research
Drashtti Vasant Bayer

As we discussed the topics for consideration this year, it became obvious that we each have different interests partly driven by our day-jobs. The proposal for going forward is to reduce our meeting frequency to monthly giving us more time to work on developing these scripts.

  • Safety pharm data set summarization for Latin square - Jared
    • Jared created a script that creates graphs of the mean of various measurements within a sex and dose level plotted against the time relative to dose.
    • Does the reference dose always match the start of elements?
    • Perhaps the IG should explain that elements include the time from the start time inclusively to the end time exclusively.
    • Kevin also created a similar script using R-Shiny.
    • The phuse-scripts\trunk\contributed\Nonclinical\R\Functions\ Functions.R the function name is DUR_to_seconds()
    • Jared and Kevin will meet in a couple weeks.
    • in about a month they will meet with the CDISC SEND safety pharm team.
  • Send test data factory - Bob (unable to attend today)
    • Inquired about project with group leader but has yet to hear back
  • Programatic edit of xpt files and/or convert from xpt to excel and back to xpt - Bill
  • GroupSEND function - Kevin
  • Repository Index - Hanming
    • Team Members: Bob

Action items:

  • We created space for Project Design Notes to be uploaded for each project. - Complete.

Follow-up action from previous meetings:

  • Jared received permission to share his Excel to XPT script. He is planning to contribute it to ..\phuse-scripts\trunk\contributed\Nonclinical\SAS\Utilities - SEND_easyExcelXPT. He placed it there but it isn't yet visible to others.