Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2005 09:46:04 -0800
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Subject: Re: How SAS used in Mortage industry
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Tables, Figures and Listings are sections of a Clinical Study Report or
other clinical trial related report.
T(ables): Usually data summaries of some sort in a tabular format. By
may include individual subject level data, e.g. Table x, Listing of
Adverse Events Leading to Study Termination.
F(igures): Usually data summaries of some sort in an scatter plot
format. I say usually. Probably done using SAS/GRAPH.
L(istings): Usually observation(subject) level reports in a tabular
format. By may include output from SAS/GRAPH or summaries of lesser
interest than those included in the Tables section. May also include
ouput from SAS procedures like MIXED, but this output would probably be
in a section called Appendix.
A(ppendix): Can include any of the above.
In a clinical trial nearly every data point collected is displayed
> >what I mean is in a Pharma industry most of the SAS programmers end up in doing >TLF's similar to it are there any common responsibilities
> What are TLF's?