REDCap Functions

Clarence Potter teaches on using REDCap functions* with your project — such as Surveys, Randomization, Calendar/Scheduling, etc.

REDCap Training Modules

REDCap Forms

Reviews building forms using the online designer or data dictionary (lecture/demo).

Video Checkpoints

0:00:00 — Intro
0:07:20 — Create forms with Online Designer
0:55:09 — Create forms with Data Dictionary
1:03:26 — Difference between OD and DD
1:07:00 — Final Review before collecting real data
1:09:07 — Tips to help in designing your forms

After viewing the video, please provide feedback at go.unc.edu/redcap-feedback.


REDCap Functions

Reviews using REDCap functions* with your project — such as Surveys, Randomization, Calendar/Scheduling, etc.

Video Checkpoints

0.06:11 — Imports
0.19:40 — Reuse Those Forms (Longitudinal)
0.31:05 — Exports
0.46:07 — Surveys (let the subject do the typing)
1:03:55 — Data Quality Checks
1:11:34 — Collect Data Offline (REDCap Mobile)
1:12:35 — Subject App (MyCap)
1:14:02 — Pull Epic Data
1:15:39 — Special layout (Shazam)
1:19:15 — Multiple Languages
1:21:29 — Other useful things

After viewing the video, please provide feedback at go.unc.edu/redcap-feedback.

*NOTE: There are no prerequisites for the Functions class. Previous attendees advise that you should take one of the Forms classes prior. As a minimum, it will help if you are familiar with building forms, field types, and the options/parameters that belong to those field types.

QUESTIONS? Contact Team REDCap: go.unc.edu/redcap-request

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