What’s the upper limit of normal for luteinizing hormone in men? How about the lower limit of normal for women? Questions like that probably have you thinking, “check the table.” Tables are an intuitive and powerful way to match variable input like gender and age with a corresponding value. The same tried-and-true data structure can associate the key terms of an adverse event with standard categories and codes. OC4 makes it easy to tie tables to your forms. Let us show you how! Join us for a quick 30-minute demo on Tuesday, 4/23 at 10am Eastern. We’ll examine two use cases from the form-filling and form-building side: one on applying lab normal ranges, the other on retrieving term codes and classifications from the CTCAE. We’ll show you how this method generalizes to other uses, too. So whether you’re coding and collecting specimens or not, don’t miss your chance to learn how to put a classic tool to new use.