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recent trial (notice the final payment date)

the first trial I successfully illustrated as a time-series

Time series comparing supply and services costs

one particular account with loess line

accounts for one investigator

all accounts

This may be a cleaner presentation:

Time series with a stacked graph for supplies and services

compare.html

compare1.html

Tried to use boxplots with jitter, but bar plots probably are better.

supply costs by month

simple scatterplot with number of transactions by month - low activity last summer

bar plots - now that I understand numcolwise(sum) and labels

this puts the faculty and staff salaries together in one bar

staff salary detail by person

Some interactive graphics using the cost and income values from a prospective clinical trial, with some possibly predictive plans for enrollment and treatment.

One Subject completing all procedures and showing startup funds.

Four Subjects completing all procedures with offset enrollment. This is one example where the roll function for average number of time stamps helps the illustration.

- See the "Clinical Trial" examples below for interactive amounts by month on an actual trial (graphic on Home):

Clinical Trial example

dygraphs for R lets you do fancy highlights:
Clinical Trial highlights

dygraphs also allows a roll average display - change the number in the bottom left to show a different average
Roll Average

This project shows effort data I recorded as a grants manager from 16 Sep 2017 to 15 Sep 2018. Interpretation and conclusions are pending review at the Journal of Research Administration, Society of Research Administrators International (SRAI)

Effort for the three largest categories of business interest

Effort1 for the three smallest categories