Debian Med Project
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Summary
Research
Debian Med packages for medical research

This metapackage will install tools that are useful for medical research.

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Debian Med Research packages

Official Debian packages with high relevance

R-cran-rpact
Confirmatory Adaptive Clinical Trial Design and Analysis
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Design and analysis of confirmatory adaptive clinical trials with continuous, binary, and survival endpoints according to the methods described in the monograph by Wassmer and Brannath (2016). This includes classical group sequential as well as multi-stage adaptive hypotheses tests that are based on the combination testing principle.

No known packages available but some record of interest (WNPP bug)

Openclinica - wnpp
electronic data capture and clinical data management
License: GPL
Debian package not available

With OpenClinica trials for medical studies can be created and evaluated.

OpenClinica is the world's first professionally supported open source clinical trial software for Electronic Data Capture (EDC) Clinical Data Management (CDM). In just over 4 years since its first release, OpenClinica has already become one of the world's most widely adopted clinical trial software technologies powering research in over 100 countries around the world.

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