We’re proud to announce that the Clinical Trial Risk Tool has been selected as a winner of the Plotly Dash Example Apps Challenge (2023), out of 25 amazing apps submitted by the community!
You can try the tool at clinicaltrialrisk.org.
Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, this app uses natural language processing, Plotly Dash, and the spaCy and Scikit-Learn libraries to calculate the risk of a clinical trial failing to deliver informative results. It reads the trial protocol and identifies key features from the text which are fed into a risk model.
Thomas Wood will be presenting the tool in a webinar on 7 June 2023 which you can book here.
Thank you to all #PlotlyCommunity members who participated in the recent #Dash Example Apps Challenge, and congratulations to the winning submissions!— Plotly (@plotlygraphs) May 22, 2023
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Meanwhile, an article describing the tool has been published at: Wood TA and McNair D. Clinical Trial Risk Tool: software application using natural language processing to identify the risk of trial uninformativeness. Gates Open Res 2023, 7:56 (https://doi.org/10.12688/gatesopenres.14416.1).
On 7 June, 2023, at 6pm UK time (1pm EDT), we will be presenting in the webinar Dash in Action: Image Processing, Forecasting, NLP.