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WCHRI OpenClinica Export to SAS Utility
A utility that provides simplicity of use by data management staff (not an end user tool). It is invoked from the command line, creates an XML ‘dump’ of all critical study data, and is fast – not encumbered by a user interface or web based delivery.
Maintained by: Rick Watts
DynaOCreports is built on Java and Jasper reports and runs on OpenClinica’s postgres-based database. It provides a web-based application that allows users to dynamically create (using an intuitive query builder) and display reports with the power of JasperReports tool.
Maintained by: Caesar Olima
For response types such as the single-select, the RESPONSE_VALUES_OR_CALCULATIONS field in the Excel template contains a description of the options available to a user. The maximum number of characters allowed in this field is 4000. Whereas generally this will suffice, in some cases, when dealing with very long lists, it will not.On this page three methods are provided that explain how you can circumvent this problem.
Maintained by: Sander de Ridder
Converts CSV to Excel-CRF. It copies columns from data file to item names, descriptions, left labels and finds if there are rows with repeating data (like man, woman, unknown) to offer these as single-select items, determines the type of data (for example, if all rows are integer, type = INT), etc. This takes place in a data grid so that the user can interactively react on the choices that the tool makes.
Maintained by: Cuneyt Parlayan
OpenClinica – Desktop Client
This extension is an example of how external application can integrate with OpenClinica using SOAP and REST based web services. Desktop client implements a full range of OpenClinica supported web services and comes with a simple python library which makes this interaction possible.
Maintained by: Tomas Skripcak
A way of getting data from scraping an OpenClinica page. Built in Python. An example script is provided which logs into OpenClinica, goes to the audit logs page, scrapes the subject info shown there, puts that into an html email, sends the email, then logs out of OpenClinica.
Maintained by: Lindsay Stevens