Here is to present a set of SDTM and ADaM datasets from CDISC pilot projects as resources for R develpment and programming.
If you want to review the full datsets for pilot project, I would recommand it's better to clone the cdisc-org/sdtm-adam-pilot-project git repository, as following:
If neccessary, otherwise you can aslo get CDISC pilot projects from the
Supposed you just want to get SDTM and ADaM datasets and run some tests in R, I would like to import those datasets from R packages, like
admiral package. And install and try it right here.
library(admiral) data(admiral_adsl) adsl <- admiral_adsl head(adsl[1:5,1:5]) # A tibble: 5 × 5 STUDYID USUBJID SUBJID RFSTDTC RFENDTC <chr> <chr> <chr> <chr> <chr> 1 CDISCPILOT01 01-701-1015 1015 2014-01-02 2014-07-02 2 CDISCPILOT01 01-701-1023 1023 2012-08-05 2012-09-02 3 CDISCPILOT01 01-701-1028 1028 2013-07-19 2014-01-14 4 CDISCPILOT01 01-701-1033 1033 2014-03-18 2014-04-14 5 CDISCPILOT01 01-701-1034 1034 2014-07-01 2014-12-30
You can also find the function list directly right here, to see which ADaM datsets are avaiable for use, such as
advs and so on.
If you want to import SDTM datasets, you should use the function like
library(admiral.test) data(admiral_ae) ae <- admiral_ae head(ae[1:5,1:5]) # A tibble: 5 × 5 STUDYID DOMAIN USUBJID AESEQ AESPID <chr> <chr> <chr> <dbl> <chr> 1 CDISCPILOT01 AE 01-701-1015 1 E07 2 CDISCPILOT01 AE 01-701-1015 2 E08 3 CDISCPILOT01 AE 01-701-1015 3 E06 4 CDISCPILOT01 AE 01-701-1023 3 E10 5 CDISCPILOT01 AE 01-701-1023 1 E08
I find it quite practical, don't you? In addition to the
admiral package, I aslo find that
clinUtils R packages contain the exmaple datasets for CDISC pilot projects. But both of them are not quite complete, so this is just a alternative option.
Overall, from my persepctive, these example datasets are a great resource for developing R packages or Shiny dashboards for pharmaceutical use.