ATD Frequently Asked Questions
Use this section to get answers for questions you may have about ATD (ARM Trial Database).
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ARM Trial Database is a relational database for storing and retrieving ARM trials based on standard ARM study definitions.
- Store ARM trials and manage attachments in an SQL Server database.
- Import trials from ATD into ARM to utilize all of ARM’s features.
- Integrate directly with ARM ST to enhance defining of search criteria.
ATD can benefit a variety of users. The two categories of users that ATD is best suited for are:
- small companies or groups of researchers
The following table outlines the features of ATD that best suit each category of user.
|Create customized, multi-trial reports||X||X|
|Manage thousands of trials in one location||X||X|
|Install the database on a local machine||X|
|Install the database on a shared Windows Server||X||X|
|Backup data in a single file||X||X|
|Common trial repository for multi-user access||X|
|Import trials directly into ARM||X||X|
|Access files in the database from ST criteria
|Auto-validation of trials (GEP/GLP)||X||X|
|Various permission levels for file access||X|
Please contact your GDM Representative for information on pricing and availability.
- ATD requires the most current ARM and ARM ST version.
- Tiered pricing system based on number of ARM licensees exporting to the database.
- Also available is an Access ATD database, with a Microsoft-imposed limitation of 2 GB storage, or approximately 2000 trials per database.
- ATD support and updates are provided through a required annual maintenance fee.