The purpose of our website is to significantly increase the productivity of the Table 1 creation process used in clinical trials and related fields. We aim to make the power of R and Python intuitively accessible to improve reproducibility and reliability. Table1.cc was created and is maintained by Christian Geier (@cgeierRA).
Christian Geier, MD
Chief Executive Officer and Architect
While we have tried to use best practices in creating this package, automation of even basic statistical tasks can be unsound if done without supervision. We encourage use of tableone alongside other methods of descriptive statistics and, in particular, visualization to ensure appropriate data handling. [...] Guidance should be sought from a statistician when using `tableone` for a research study, especially prior to submitting the study for publication.
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- Sample data set of a randomized clinical trial (RCT)
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- Simulated data set of clinical trial data (source: Klodian Dhana)
- Non-normal Distributions Commonly Used in Health, Education, and Social Sciences: A Systematic Review
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