Phoenix 64 Warning [Study As­sess­ment]

posted by AngusMcLean – USA, 2016-05-15 20:11  – Posting: # 16309
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» […] We cross-validated Phoenix/WinNonlin and SAS many times. […] I love “push-the-button” statisticians reporting a 0.1% CV (‼) without hesitation. How plausible is that? […]
» Body height can be measured pretty precisely. Ask the worker whether he/she thinks that repeated measurements can be done to ±1/16″. If the answer is yes, ask which variability he/she expects in AUFC.

Yes; we are still in 1/16" units here. They are difficult to work with. It is highly unlikely for 0.1% to be correct. Sometimes people will believe what they find to be the most favorable. I will be finding out more soon about the other data. Meanwhile I wonder if Pharsight can come up with a SAS comparison.

Meanwhile I am off to visit a German store "Aldi"


Edit: Full quote removed. Please delete everything from the text of the original poster which is not necessary in understanding your answer; see also this post #5! [Helmut]

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