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Ana Cristina
Junior

Brazil,
2018-02-23 12:50

Posting: # 18449
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 Randomization balanced [Design Issues]

For example:
I have 16 subjects and two sequences (TR and RT) and of these 16 subjects:
8 are female (4 in the TR sequence and 4 in the RT sequence)
8 are male (4 in the TR sequence and 4 in the RT sequence)

Assim

sujeito    sexo        seq       period 1     period 2

1              F        1           T            R
2              M        2           R            T
3              M        1           T            R
4              M        2           R            T
5              F        1           T            R
6              F        2           R            T
7              M        2           R            T
8              M        1           T            R
9              M        1           T            R
10             M        2           R            T
11             F        2           R            T
12             F        1           T            R
13             F        2           R            T
14             F        1           T            R
15             M        1           T            R
16             F        2           R            T


thank you,

Ana Cristina


Edit: Category changed; see also this post #1. [Helmut]
jag009
Hero

NJ,
2018-02-23 18:00

@ Ana Cristina
Posting: # 18450
Views: 786
 

 Randomization balanced

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