* Note: when testing your calculation with checkboxes in the Calculation Helper, use commas (,) as separator instead of semicolon (;). On the contrary, Castor EDC uses semicolon (;). Check if a box wa...
Using calculation fields, it is possible to check if the number that is entered in a numerical field corresponds to a certain format. For example, you can check if a number contains 3 digits or if it ...
You can also calculate with grid field values. For example, you can calculate the sum of a row or column in your grid. This of course makes sense if you are using numerical fields, but can sometimes a...
See here how you can allow empty fields in a calculation. If you want to create a validation warning or a dependency when there is no data entered in a field, you can use a calculation field to check ...
You can add values from different fields together using a calculation field. For example, you can use this template to calculate a risk score based on multiple risk factors. In this example we use the...
Sometimes you may need to reference study information across the study (forms, reports or surveys). Using the following tags you can retrieve the information described below when and where it's necess...
Check with calculation To check if a report (e.g. an SAE form) was added, you can check if a required variable name on the report has been defined. You need the following syntax to achieve this: '##al...
The average is a mathematical value that represent the value in the center of a set of values. Unlike the median, the average or arithmetic mean does not take into account the position that each value...
Using calculation fields, it is possible to check if a patient fulfills certain inclusion criteria. Below is an example that checks whether a patient has a certain disease (variable {pat_has_example})...
When using a text field, you can use the following template to check whether the field contains any numbers and display a message of your choice. Create a calculation field in the study form using th...