DataView Dashboard

Welcome to the MAPP DataView Dashboard

[Direct link to access MAPP DataView]

The MAPP DataView Dashboard permits exploration and visualization of clinical research data obtained from the MAPP I EPS and MAPP II SPS cohort study participants with UCPPS, and selected control participants. This application allows users to query baseline and longitudinal data from either cohort study, and display results in tabular or graphic representation. Users can obtain summary statistics, including bar charts, boxplots, frequency tabulations, and measures of central tendency and dispersion, on single variables, for the entire sample or for subgroups defined by levels of up to three stratification variables.

Investigators interested in obtaining MAPP I EPS or MAPP II SPS clinical data sets, neuroscans, or biological samples may make requests to the NIDDK Central Repository.

Investigators are requested to acknowledge MAPP DataView as the source and include a link to the site when presenting or publishing graphical representation based on analyses using the DataView tool. For MAPP Network data and specimens, please visit the NIDDK Repository website.

The citation below can be used: 
Image generated by the NIDDK/NIH Multidisciplinary Approach to the Study of Chronic Pelvic Pain (MAPP) Research Network DataView platform. <https://rstudio-prd-c1.pmacs.upenn.edu/MAPP_DataView_2024/>
image of data view results

What can I do in MAPP DataView?

    1. Search data codebook
      • Explore a searchable, annotated data codebook for Baseline and Longitudinal dat from the MAPPI Epidemology/Phenotyping Study (EPS) and/or the MAPP II Symptoms Study (SPS)
    2. Discover available sample sizes for targeted subgroup research
      • 1-way & 2-way frequency tables, with stratification by a 3rd variable, permit discovery of subgroup sample sizes
      • 2-way graphs, with flexible x- & y-axis thresholds, permit constrution of corresponding 2×2 tables summarizing subgroup sample sizes
    3. Generate tables and graphs for inclusion in documents
    4. Download results in .pdf or .phg format