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Automatic "Table 1" Style Summary Statistics from spreadsheet data

Col Slade

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Heya Everyone,

In case you are working on chart reviews/epidemiology studies or clinical trials and are in need of "Table 1" - style summary statistics, I created a small web app to help with this that can help save a lot of time: table1.cc | Automated Summary Statistics for Research Papers

You can simply paste the spreadsheet data, select your variables of interest, and it creates the "Table 1" for you, nicely formatted.

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It's especially useful if you're working with an preliminary data set and are interested in quick preliminary analyses.

Thanks for checking this out, highly interested in your feedback/suggestions :)

Table1.cc Website


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Christian
 
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