3. Searching for Studies
C(DCC) Administrators can view studies under the “My Studies” page. Note that C(DCC) Administrator can only view studies that are associated with their program, as identified in the study registration PDF form (e.g., a C(DCC) Administrator from the RADx-UP Program will only be able to view RADx-UP studies).
3.1. Search and Filter
C(DCC) Administrator can use the search bar, filters, and/or sorting capabilities to identify a specific study or group of studies.
You can combine your search terms to create several potential search strategies to find relevant results. If you want to include more than one term in a field search, use quotation marks (“ “) to search for an exact phrase.
Applied filters will appear above the study table. To remove a filter, select the “x” button that appears beside each filter. You can also select the “Clear All” button to remove all filters.
Once search settings are selected, if the C(DCC) Administrator navigates to a different screen and comes back to the previous screen, all search settings will be maintained.
You can also click on the column headers to sort in ascending or descending order.
One click will sort the results in ascending order (up arrow); a second click will sort the results in descending order (down arrow); a third click will remove the sort and the results will be displayed in the default order.
3.3. Study Page View
There are two options to view your studies: table view and card view. The studies will display in the table view by default. To change your view, click on one of the two icons above the table. Both the table view and card view will show the same fields except the study description, which will only show in the card view.
3.3.1. Default Table View:
3.3.2. Card View:
When viewing the search results in the card view, you will notice that the search keyword will be highlighted.
3.4. Customized Grid View
Not all study metadata fields are viewable in the studies table by default. To choose which columns you want to view/hide on the My Studies page, click on the grid configurations icon.
The drop-down will appear with a list of all available study metadata fields (i.e. phs, Study Name, Data Submission Date, etc.).
Clicking “Select All” will display all available in the grid fields. “Reset” will bring back the default order.
Note: If you customize your grid view, any changes made will also reflect on the card view.
Select the columns you need to add to the table. Click “Apply”. You may need to scroll to the right to see added study metadata fields.
To adjust the column width, place your mouse pointer on the left side of the column header. The mouse pointer will change to the adjustment tool (double-headed arrow). Drag the edge of the column header to the desired width and release the button.
To rearrange column headers, select the column header and drag and drop at the desired location.
3.5. Study and Data File Statuses
As the study moves through the review and approval process, data files and studies will attain the following statuses:
Note: For data files with a green checkmark in PII/PHI, CDE Headers and CDE Data columns. When Study status = Submitted, data files will automatically move to Approved - Pending Confirmation status. When Study Status = Approved, data files will automatically move to Approved status.