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Refuse-to-Receive Standards [Design Issues]

posted by M.tareq - 2017-03-17 13:11  - Posting: # 17161
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sorry for the late reply

Thanks Dan and Helmut

question about unexpected high variability in fast state, and sample size estimation based on published assessment reports other BE studies
read in your lectures about pooling of CV, however the validity of sample size estimation based on these studies, what if we ended up with higher CV than expected, would be allowable to go with a 2nd stage, after power evaluation ?


thanks in advance

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