In a file-based module, the reports directory holds different kinds of reports and associated configuration files which determine how the reports are surfaced in the user interface.

Below we'll make an R report script that is associated with the "MasterDashboard" query (created in the previous step).

  • In the reports/ directory, create the following subdirectories: schemas/study/MasterDashboard, and a file named "HgbHistogram.r", as shown below:
fileBasedDemo │ └───resources    ├───queries    │ └───study    │ │ BMI.sql    │ │ BMI.query.xml    │ │ MasterDashboard.sql    │ │    │ └───LabResults    │ DRV Regimen Results.qview.xml    │    ├───reports    │ └───schemas    │ └───study    │ └───MasterDashboard    │ HgbHistogram.r    │    └───views
  • Open the HgbHistogram.r file, enter the following script, and save the file.

col = "light blue",
border = "dark blue")

View Your R Report

  • In your study folder, open the query browser via (Admin) > Go to Module > Query.
  • Click study, then MasterDashboard.
  • Click View Data to run the query and view the results.
  • View the new R report by selecting (Charts/Reports) > HgbHistogram.

Add Another Report

You can also add R reports on the "built-in" queries, which include provisioned datasets. To do so, name the directory for the table instead of the query. For example:

fileBasedDemo │ └───resources    ├───queries    │ └───study    │ │ BMI.sql    │ │ BMI.query.xml    │ │ MasterDashboard.sql    │ │    │ └───LabResults    │ DRV Regimen Results.qview.xml    │    ├───reports    │ └───schemas    │ └───study    │ └───LabResults    │ │ LymphCD4.r    │ └───MasterDashboard    │ HgbHistogram.r    │    └───views

Download this R script file and place it in the LabResults directory you just created:

Click the Clinical and Assay Data tab and find this new R report in the Assay section along with the LabResults dataset.

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