- Firstly, how many trials are there worldwide, and how many people are enrolled?
- Secondly, how do the trials break down by type, phase, intervention type, and status?
- Finally, what are the top 5 global trials by condition and phase?
Track Trial Data Worldwide
With the card widgets along the top and right side of the dashboard, viewers can quickly see the total number of trials, sponsors, and sources. Further, viewers can see the total enrollment and average enrollment by phase, sponsor, funding type, and time period.
The first row of widgets displays the number of trials in each phase, along with a map showing the number of trials in each country. Next, a series of doughnut and pie charts break down trials by sponsor type, study type, phase, intervention type, and status. The bar graph also shows the number of actual and anticipated trials by year. Similarly, the Trials by Year line chart displays the number of trials that have taken place each year. It also forecasts future years’ trials based on the data from previous years.
With the Top 5 Trials by Condition and Phase stacked column chart, viewers can see several key pieces of data, including the total number of trials per condition and the number of trials by phase for each condition.
Finally, the Global Clinical Trials Overview grid details the condition, intervention, sponsor, start year, completion year, and status of each clinical trial worldwide, providing an invaluable stockpile of data.
Filter Your Data
Also, please note the filter in the upper left corner of the dashboard. With this filter, users can filter data by start year, completion year, and intervention type. This allows researchers to quickly and easily focus their analyses on specific sets of data.