ElMaestro
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Belgium?,
2019-02-24 13:05
(579 d 16:44 ago)

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 A weird CI [General Sta­tis­tics]

Hi all,

I am in a strange situation a follows:

We have two treatment groups.
In one group the subjects receive T once.
In the other treatment group subject receive R twice.
The task is simply to construct a 90% CI for T vs R :-)

You may feel like asking questions starting eloquently with words such as "How the eff you see kay....?!???!", or "What the h#ll.... !??!!?".
Please don't :-D

Make all the assumptions you wish. I am going to do the same.

I could be wrong, but...

Best regards,
ElMaestro

R's base package has 274 reserved words and operators, along with 1761 functions. I can use 18 of them (about 14 of them properly). I believe this makes me the Donald Trump of programming.
Yura
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Belarus,
2019-02-24 14:02
(579 d 15:47 ago)

@ ElMaestro
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 A weird CI

Hi, ElMaestro
parallel design, only twice as many subjects in a group R
:cool:
Ohlbe
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France,
2019-03-03 23:09
(572 d 06:40 ago)

@ ElMaestro
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 A weird CI

Dear ElMaestro,

» You may feel like asking questions starting eloquently with words such as "How the eff you see kay....?!???!", or "What the h#ll.... !??!!?".
» Please don't :-D

You're removing all the salt from the discussion :-D

(OK, maybe off somebody's wounds too...)

Regards
Ohlbe
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