- Main menu - > Management - > Randomization;
- Tab ‘Randomization table’;
- Click on ‘generate’ or ‘generate all’.
Go to www.onderzoekenanalyse.nl/NameHospital. Log in with your username and password.
Attention: Does your organization use multiple modules within research manager? In that case it could be that you first enter the module portal. Click on “Data management”. Dependent on you settings it could be that you enter one of our other modules first. If you do not see “Data management” in the top left corner of your screen, click on the logo you do see to get to the module portal. Then, click on “Data management” as well.
Step 1: Navigate towards ‘Randomization’
Now you see the starting page. At the top, in the menu bar, click on ‘Management’. Then, click on ‘Randomization’ under the heading ‘Study settings’.
Step 2: Overview randomization settings
Now you find yourself on the settings page of randomization. Here you see all the stratification classes for this study. Are there no set up stratification classes? The you will have to set those up first. You can read more about setting up stratification classes on the page ‘Managing stratification classes’.
You can see the reference, description, the maximum number of patients that are allowed in the class and the block size per class. You can add options to every stratification class.
You can see already added options when you click on the arrow on the left of the class. You can also show the information of all these classes by clicking on “Unfold everything”. Click on “Fold up” to hide the information of all the classes again.
Step 3: Generating the randomization table
If you have filled in all stratification classes and all the randomization options completely, then on the randomization page you go to the tab ‘Randomization table’. The options you see on this tab are dependent on if at “General Study Information’ you have checked the following line: ‘This study uses randomization per site.’
** If your study does use randomization per site:
At the top of the tab you see a dropdown menu. Here you can select one of the sites that is linked to you study. On the bottom of the tab are different options:
- Generate: make a randomization table only for the selected site;
- Generate all: make a randomization table for all the sites in the current study;
- Empty table: remove the randomization table only for the selected site;
- Empty all: Remove the randomization table for all the sites in the current study.
** If your study does not use randomization per site:
At the bottom of the tab you can click on two options:
- Generate: Make the randomization table for the current study;
- Empty table: Remove the randomization table for the current study.