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Consolidated data analysis and presentation using an open-source add-in for the Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet software - Volume 23, Issue

A free and open-source software tool is presented that facilitates the analysis and the visualisation of data in basic life science. Daniel's XL Toolbox is an add-in for the Microsoft Excel® spreadsheet software. It enables scientists to store…

Graphing software for medical writers - Volume 23, Issue

The production of high-quality graphical figures of scientific data is an important aspect of medical writing, since the significance of the research findings can be lost to the audience if the data are presented poorly or inaccurately. This…

A medical writer's must-have software - Volume 23, Issue

This article provides a list of software useful to medical writers according to the booklet ‘The WRITE tool for the job’ compiled by Emma Hitt. Software categories include: word processors; reference managers; PDF readers; project planning and…

Software for translators - Volume 23, Issue

In recent years, a myriad of software has revolutionised the translation sector. This article presents a series of translation tools commonly used in the translation industry, depicting their main features and the way they have transformed the…

Datavision™ – What do medical writers need to know? - Volume 23, Issue

Datavision™ is a publication planning software tool that is widely used across the healthcare industry to manage publication programmes. Medical writers are one of the key Datavision user groups, and need to know how to use the elements of the…

In the Bookstores - Volume 27, Issue

In an ideal world, the deluge of information that comes our way from the tax office, insurance com pa nies, lawyers, computer software compa - nies, and suchlike would be written in plain English. Sadly, the reader is often left with the impression…

Embracing a new friendship: Artificial intelligence and medical writers - Volume 28, Issue

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning-driven software are evolving toward a technological advancement revolutionising the current global, social, and economic landscape. A major breakthrough in AI is the fast-growing natural language…

What medical writers need to know about regulatory approval of mobile health and digital healthcare devices - Volume 28, Issue

The rapid growth of mobile health (mHealth) led to the development of internationally harmonised guidance for software as a medical device (SaMD) by the International Medical Device Regulators Forum (IMDRF), covering definitions, risk…

A primer on anonymisation - Volume 28, Issue

Canadian and European regulators finalised guidelines that allow for sharing of clinical trial data. To maintain the utility of clinical information, risk-based anonymisation techniques are recommended. It behoves applicants to ensure organisational…

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