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At least twice R or twice T for sWR and sWT [Regulatives / Guidelines]

posted by yicaoting - NanKing, China, 2017-09-05 15:23  - Posting: # 17782
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» SWR calculations:subject who completed with Reference twice
» SWT calculations:subject who completed with Test twice

For NTID, if you apply the formula to calc sWR or sWT, you MUST have at least twice R or twice T.
Those subjects with only one R, will have no contribution in calculating sWR. Similar to that of sWT.
This is just for sWR and sWT, and sWR/sWT and it's %CI.

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