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OxMaR: Open Source Free Software for Online Minimization and Randomization for Clinical Trials

Figure 1

Web-based user interface.

Screen images are shown for each of the three web pages that the user will see. The first web page (A) contains a simple form that the user completes and submits. This triggers production of a second web page (B) which contains a summary of the data that has been inputted. The user clicks a button to confirm that this is correct. The allocation procedure is then implemented and a third web page (C) is generated which contains the allocation result. In the example shown, this is to the Control arm of the study.

Figure 1