SLR & Meta-Analysis
An extension of our clinical trial outcomes data services, we curate safety and efficacy outcomes data from published clinical trials. These datasets can be used for network meta-analysis (NMA) to estimate the comparative efficacy and safety of some interventions. Starting from your research question, Excelra assembles disparate trial outcome data into an evidence network to assess data readiness and statistical analysis feasibility.
UNLOCKING INTELLIGENCE FROM CLINICAL TRIAL LITERATURE
Starting from your research question, Excelra strategizes to develop networks of evidence and conducts a meta-analysis of disparate published trial outcomes data to fulfil the objective with the right choice of model (fixed or random-effects), and the right approach (frequentist vs. Bayesian), followed by model validation for evaluation of homogeneity and consistency, and development of a scientific report for publication or regulatory submission.