The LIMBIC-CENC Prospective Longitudinal Study (PLS) Data Cube is an interactive tool that can be used to query the most recent PLS data snapshot for available counts of key variables. Specifically, investigators can use the Data Cube to determine the number of participants that have completed PLS assessments at baseline, follow-up (comprehensive and telephone), and cumulative (i.e., across all visits). It is recommended that investigators use the Data Cube to evaluate potential sample size(s) for research question(s) of interest and/or to help formulate research new research question(s).
How to sign-in to the LIMBIC-CENC PLS Data Cube
Click here to sign on to the LIMBIC-CENC PLS Data Cube if you have previously signed-in in the last 30 days.
Click here to sign on the LIMBIC-CENC PLS Data Cube if this is your first time or you previously signed in more than 30 days ago.
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How to use LIMBIC-CENC PLS Data Cube
Below are tutorials and videos to help with navigating through the LIMBIC-CENC PLS Data Cube.
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