OpenVigil provides a webinterface to analyse pharmacovigilance data, i.e., spontanous or systematic collections of treatments (drugs) and observed adverse events ("drug side effects"). FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS) and other pharmacovigilance data (e.g., Canadian or German) are supported. The OpenVigil web-based analysis tools offer several analysis modes like extraction, filtering, mining of data and analyses via measurements of disproportionality like proportional reporting ratio or reporting odds ratios) and export to spreadsheets programs like Microsoft Excel or statistics programs like R.
OpenVigil 1 operates on raw data, OpenVigil 2 on cleaned data (using drugbank.ca and drugs@FDA), OpenVigilFDA uses the official FDA online API.
OpenVigil 2 supports query for ATC codes or certain chemical moieties.
Other tools of the OpenVigil project include a calculator for measurements of disproportionality for a 2x2 contingency table and a drugname mapper using RxNorm.
- disproportionality analysis
- data mining
- web-based GUI with wizards for certain analysis scenarios
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