Custom study summaries defined in an Atlas module. LabKey Server modules can be used to encapsulate scientifically interesting applications. Atlas's vaccine study module defines several interfaces that generate interactive summaries of vaccine studies, including the interface displayed in this figure. This module is tailored to Atlas-specific data, so it is not part of the open source project. Generated summaries like the one shown in this figure make it easier for scientists to swiftly, publicly share study information and protocols after publishing associated research papers. The Atlas web portal respects user permissions, so study summaries display different amounts of information to different tiers of users. Atlas login is not required to view public study data, so you can explore the interfaces and data summaries defined in the vaccine study module without acquiring Atlas credentials: https://atlas.scharp.org/cpas/viscstudies/VISC/Completed%20CAVD%20Studies/studydesigns.view webcite.
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