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UPDATE (02 NOVEMBER 2020): RECIST360 beta has now become an educational-only tool due to the demands that we have experienced to date. This can be accessed here. Our full commercial version remains available - see RECIST360
Free RECIST1.1 lesion review tool                                                           

RECIST360-beta process: easy as 1-2-3 (see video of below steps here)!

  1. Enter limited anonymised data into the RECIST360 Data entry submission Form

  2. Upload submission form here

  3. Analysed datasets are available to download shortly afterwards

No time to create a sample report and just want to look at an example output?

Why is this for free? What does Apples & Oranges get out of this?

We know there are no other online tools that provide such an in-depth and visual review of RECIST1.1 data, and certainly not free. We always want to improve our creations, including our main tool, so we hope that users of this free version will provide us with useful feedback.  By having a free version, we simply get more feedback.  We also hope that the same users will inform their colleagues across the industry of our existence as this will ensure we are able to continue providing such services in the future. We would also appreciate any social media shares/recommendations!  Want to learn more, read on....


RECIST360-beta is Apple and Orange's free version of our fully functioning lesion review tool. RECIST360-beta is semi-online; users simply upload their test case data into the tool with the resultant analysed dataset becoming available shortly afterwards. Whilst we fine tune RECIST360, this beta version allows users a flavour of what they could expect from the main tool. The beta version enables users to download a fully reviewed data findings report using their submitted data. No expected commitment and no cost!

RECIST360-beta features: 

  • Enter only a limited number of datapoints into the template (This also contains a limited amount of validation checks).

  • No requirement to enter personal or sensitive real-world study data!

  • Data is securely uploaded and is then processed and is downloadable in a few minutes.

  • The resultant findings report illustrates what the user can expect to see when using the main tool, RECIST360. The report itself shows the user data issues as well as query text that they would be able to use in a real world study environment.


Can I use real data?    

Whilst RECIST360-beta is almost a mirror image of the main tool, we encourage users to be entering dummy data to get an understanding of the outputs. Please get in touch if you have further questions. 

Is my data secure?                                                 

Yes! Your data is loaded into a secure repository and processed in a password protected environment. Processed datasets are then accessed only via further password protection.

But why do I have to manually enter data into the template?                                             

RECIST360-beta is a semi-online tool and demonstrates the data review capabilities of our main tool which will accept a data feed from various sources such as EDC (Please see more detail on RECIST360 here). If you would like to test sufficient test case data, a programmer could easily impute the data using the coded data entry submission form, above. 

I don't have time to enter test data into your template! 

That's not a problem, you can use this sample template to upload (just update header). After your upload your report should become available within a few minutes for review. Here is also sample output report.

For how long can I use the tool? 

Whilst we go through beta testing, we envisage that the tool will be online until Q1 2021.

Can I rename the file before I upload it? 

Yes, you can. Please ensure you name it uniquely if you plan to upload files more than once.

Are you collecting  any patient identifiers or any other sensitive information?

The short answer is no! Please see the template.

Are you collecting  any information on me?

The short answer is no! Your personal details are not required to use this tool - we don't even require your email address. We would however appreciate any feedback you may, once you have reviewed the outputs.

How is this beta tool different to the full version?

The beta version is semi online whilst the full version, RECIST360, can be used offline in a desktop environment which also allows users to setup data feeds from their EDC system. We have various options available to clients from 100% self-run to an outsourced model where clients are provided updated reports in a flexible schedule.


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