About this paper
JMP Clinical has a number of analytical processes (APs) that calculate and compare the incidence of events between two or more treatment groups in a clinical trial. Interventions Incidence Screen enables you to compare the incidence of concomitant medications or substances. AE Incidence Screen enables you to compare the incidence of adverse events. DS/MH Incidence Screen enables you to compare disposition events (e.g., randomization or completion status) or medical history terms (which, technically, is a comparison of prevalence). Finally, AE Resolution Screen enables you to examine the resolution of adverse events. Most of these APs operate in a similar manner. In this white paper, we use AE Incidence Screen with sample data to illustrate the common functionality of these APs. We also point out important differences among the other APs at the end of the example.
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