ClinReport

Statistical Reporting in Clinical Trials

It enables to create easily formatted statistical tables in 'Microsoft Word' documents in pretty formats according to 'clinical standards'. It can be used also outside the scope of clinical trials, for any statistical reporting in 'Word'. Descriptive tables for quantitative statistics (mean, median, max etc..) and/or qualitative statistics (frequencies and percentages) are available and formatted tables of Least Square Means of Linear Models, Linear Mixed Models and Generalized Linear Mixed Models coming from emmeans() function are also available. The package works with 'officer' and 'flextable' packages to export the outputs into 'Microsoft Word' documents.

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Package
ClinReport
Type
Package
Title
Statistical Reporting in Clinical Trials
Version
0.9.1.6
Date
2019-01-23
Author
JF COLLIN
Maintainer
JF COLLIN
Description
It enables to create easily formatted statistical tables in 'Microsoft Word' documents in pretty formats according to 'clinical standards'. It can be used also outside the scope of clinical trials, for any statistical reporting in 'Word'. Descriptive tables for quantitative statistics (mean, median, max etc..) and/or qualitative statistics (frequencies and percentages) are available and formatted tables of Least Square Means of Linear Models, Linear Mixed Models and Generalized Linear Mixed Models coming from emmeans() function are also available. The package works with 'officer' and 'flextable' packages to export the outputs into 'Microsoft Word' documents.
License
GPL (>= 2)
Imports
stats, ggplot2, reshape2, dplyr, emmeans, utils, officer, flextable, xtable
Suggests
lme4, nlme, car
RoxygenNote
6.1.1
NeedsCompilation
no
Packaged
2019-02-19 15:56:24 UTC; jfcollin
Repository
CRAN
Date/Publication
2019-02-19 16:20:03 UTC

install.packages('ClinReport')

0.9.1.6

2 days ago

JF COLLIN

GPL (>= 2)

Imports

stats, ggplot2, reshape2, dplyr, emmeans, utils, officer, flextable, xtable

Suggests

lme4, nlme, car

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