WG5 Project 01
- Project Lead
- Kevin Kane
- Project Members
- Project Name
- Look for existing scripts and store them in the repository
- The aim of the FDA/PhUSE repository is to make available a set of scripts/tools/programs for data manipulation, reporting and analysis of medical data. There are currently many such tools already available on the internet, but they are disparate and may not be easy to locate. This project aims to bring as many of these together into our open source Google Code repository, making them more accessible to the community of statisticians and programmers across pharma, regulators and academia. Key tasks will be identifying, contacting and negotiating with the current owners of the scripts/tools/programs to bring them into the FDA/PhUSE repository.
There are two main tasks:
TASK 1. Contact authors of existing sets of scripts that are freely available in the internet and ask for them to upload their scripts to the repository. Here is a status of the progress with this task:
- CTSPedia (https://www.ctspedia.org/do/view/CTSpedia)
- Mat Soukup (FDA) - has offered scripts to be uploaded, asked for help with uploading process due to time contraints.
- Richard Anziano (Pfizer) - has offered scripts to be uploaded, asked for help with uploading process due to time contraints.
- Robert Gordon (J&J) - has offered scripts to be uploaded, asked for help with uploading process due to time contraints (not some references to other authors code in these scripts).
- Max Cherry (GSK) - awaiting response
- Susan Duke (GSK) - awaiting response
- Antonio Paredes (FDA) - awaiting response
- Qi Jiang (Amgen)
- Frank Harrell (Vanderbilt Uni) - needs further discussion - "to figure out how to cross-link various resources without duplicating code. We also need to look closer at Github and their code snipped repository capability."
TASK 2. Liaise with organisations who may have scripts that they could add to the script repository. The following is a list of possible "leads". This list does not mean that the organisation may have scripts to donate, or may be prepared to donate them, but just that there is a possibility and it is being investigated:
Last revised by Kevin Kane,03/13/2013