SAS suggestion to applied clinical trials for the usage of 3-D Cartesian mapping in iPhones and iPads for the description in their magazine of bubble graphs that can be shown to have details of areas a population of usage of pharmacology of disbursement of medication over populations the adaptation of charting using bubble graphs of animation for the 3-D graphs ad for the magazine itself in print the diagram of Cartesian mapping to show details and conformity the adaptation of utilizing be applied clinical trials to formulate the patterns intrinsic to the population of certain areas in comparison to populations of other countries in comparison to viral trends in comparison to food distribution drug distribution and the global avid tennis of shipments of deliveries of foodstuffs of populated areas of pollution of the air quality index of the stagnant water in the area with mosquitoes of the microscopic pathogens in kitchens of the staphylococcus streptococcus infections and hospitals of the trends in population for spices for certain food groups of the ages of the patients a population of the overall work environment of the stress level general of the country of the area of the descriptive analysis of the well-being of the mental attitude of the sleep diet exercise and mental health routine of people in the pursuit of their general duties during the day

Clinical Trials (journal)

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