Version 3.0 of the Vivli platform has been released and is available to users. The key change with the new version of the platform is that it is now possible for researchers to submit their completed clinical study through platform. This change is aimed academic researchers so they can meet funder requirements.
“To make it easier for researchers who want to share the results of their completed clinical trials to meet funder and publication requirements, it is now possible for researchers to answer a few questions and submit their studies for sharing,” said Julie Wood, Vivli Senior Director. “We think this will make it much easier for academic researchers to share their data.”
Other minor useability changes have been made and the tools and software in the research environment has been updated.