Please join your peers on either March 26 (8pm GMT) or March 28 (8am GMT) to watch as user extraordinaire and forum legend @"lindsay.stevens" demonstrates OpenClinica Insight.

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Insight makes it easy to ask questions of ALL of your clinical and operational data and visualize answers via interactive reports and dashboards. The idea is simple, but the results are powerful: ask your questions, choose your visualizations, then return often for updated, interactive results that link you to all of the underlying data.

New Extension – OC Rules Validation

Check out the new extension from @rmeester

This tool tries to make the
validation process easier and faster, by using scripts and by
automatically generating documentation. This tool automatically enters
test values in the OC rules test page, it then runs the test with those
values. The result is saved, with a screenshot, as a PDF file. The
scripts and the documentation make the validation process transparent
and replicable. It also easily allows for separation of
responsibilities: testing can be done by some other than the rules


  • lindsay.stevenslindsay.stevens Posts: 403 ✭✭✭
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    Thanks! Looks amazing, will definitely try it out.

    Just to save a few minutes getting started, is it for python 2 or 3?
  • rmeesterrmeester Posts: 24
    Hi Lindsay,

    You're welcome. 
    I developed in Python 2.7. I have not tried Python 3 yet, but I am sure I need to change some print statements in the current code.
    I still need to complete the documentation. Please let me know what your experience is when you install it and try it, I am sure that will be helpful when documenting it.

    Good luck,

  • haenselhaensel Posts: 570 ✭✭
    Hi Robert

    That sounds very promissing. I'll definitly give it a try.

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