Our multiple criteria decision analysis (MCDA) web interface lets the user enter or upload effects data, state their preferences about the relative importance of the different effects, and see the consequences of their preferences in both deterministic and stochastic benefit-risk analyses. The backend uses our R packages to perform the computations.
The MCDA web interface was initially funded by TI Pharma project Escher and integrated in ADDIS with funding from IMI GetReal. Further development and the creation of training materials was supported by IMI PROTECT. Current development is funded by the IMI GetReal Initiative.
At the time of writing, the MCDA tool is mature. A closed-source version implementing business-focused features such as user access management is under active development. Please contact us for more details on pricing and availability.
Visit mcda.drugis.org to give it a try. You can log in using a Google account.
The source code for the MCDA web interface is available on GitHub, on our organization page. In addition, source code for the R packages is available from Gert van Valkenhoef.