Commit 3ecf7679 authored by Bengfort's avatar Bengfort
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document filter trials

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How can I check whether the database contains enough subjects for my reasearch project?
When you :ref:`setup filters for a study <study-recruitment-settings>` you can
see the number of potential matches in the database. In order to do that you
first need to :ref:`create a study <study-create>`. It is not a problem if you
do not yet know the details of the study. Anything you enter can still be
changed later. You can also delete this study and create a fresh one once you
are ready.
How can I contact subjects by pseudonym after the study is finished?
......@@ -44,6 +44,7 @@ Relevant guides:
- :ref:`recruitment`
- :ref:`recruitment-mail`
- :ref:`study-recruitment-settings`
- :ref:`study-filter-trial`
- :ref:`admin-attributes`
.. TODO::
......@@ -295,3 +295,16 @@ Click on **Studies** on the front page
- In the field **Search** you can look for a certain study
- By choosing a **Status** and / or a Study **Type**, you may also filter
.. _study-filter-trial:
Check whether the database contains enough subjects for your reasearch project
Click on **Studies** on the front page and then on **Try filters**. You can
now experiment with filters just as in a regular study. The preview will show
you how many subjects in the database match your filters.
If you decide you want to keep the set of filters you can go to **Convert to
study** to convert your temporary settings to a regular study.
......@@ -45,6 +45,7 @@ Relevant guides:
- :ref:`study-finish`
- :ref:`study-delete`
- :ref:`set-up-external-scheduler`
- :ref:`study-filter-trial`
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