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This chart shows ongoing metastatic breast cancer clinical trials that were recruiting patients as of August, 2018.
These charts are intended to aid the MBC Alliance in tracking metastatic clinical trials. For people searching for MBC trials, review Metastatic Trial Search
and consider signing up for trial alerts at BreastCancerTrials.org.
A bubble chart typically displays data triplets (x, y, z) corresponding to three continuous variables: x and y to define the position, and z, the radius of each bubble. In our example, x and y coordinates are optimized according to an algorithm which essentially balances bubble's gravity (i.e. action of moving towards the center of the plot), friction (i.e. velocity decay), and charge (or repulsion/attraction force). This layout is frequently used for network visualization. In addition to x, y and z, it is possible to encode other information. For instance, the color coding informs us about the category of sponsor for each trial, while each tab provides a different view of what the trials breakdown looks like. So, the current webpage displays data from 297 clinical trials, in 21 different ways.