An example of a scoring table

Each little square is the results of a confidence interval scoring. The red colour means that the drug is inferior to the comparator, yellow means the drug in non-inferior, and green means that the drug is superior.

The "scoring table" above is a variation of a scatter plot to visualise all events data as small squares, where events of interest are circled and labelled. The scoring table visualisation is a visual representation in the Sarac's Benefit-Risk Assessment Method (SBRAM). The three different coloured regions are determined from confidence intervals scoring, and are associated with whether the drug of interest is inferior (red), non-inferior (yellow) or superior (green) than the comparator. The scoring table is based on complex calculations and may be suitable for users who are prepared to accept the underlying assumptions and concepts.