This function allows you to export the Arms for a project Note: this only works for longitudinal projects
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
A REDCap connection object as generated by
Arguments to be passed to other methods.
A numeric vector or arm numbers to retrieve. In REDCap 6.5.0, using this argument results in an empty data frame being returned.
An option for how to handle errors returned by the API.
It is not sufficient to make the project a longitudinal project. The
project must satisfy one of two conditions: 1) have at least two arms and
one event defined in each arm; or 2) have one arm and at least two events defined. If
neither of these conditions are satisfied, the API will return a message
ERROR: You cannot export arms for classic projects, an
error message that isn't as descriptive of the nature of the problem as
we might like.
Returns a data frame with two columns
arm_num The arm number
name The arm's descriptive name
This function allows you to export the Arms for a project
NOTE: this only works for longitudinal projects.
In versions earlier than 5.9.15, providing a value to the
had no effect and the entire data frame of arms is returned.
This was fixed in version 5.9.15. Sometime before 6.5.0, using the
argument resulted in empty data frames being returned.
In most cases, the number or arms is fairly small, so there is no real performance benefit to only selecting a subset of the arms. The safest course of action is to export all of the arms (the default behavior)
Please refer to your institution's API documentation.
Additional details on API parameters are found on the package wiki at https://github.com/nutterb/redcapAPI/wiki/REDCap-API-Parameters
Add the following code to your website.
For more information on customizing the embed code, read Embedding Snippets.