20% of randomly chosen chromatograms [Bioanalytics]

posted by Obinoscopy  – USA, 2018-06-03 20:14 (1824 d 13:50 ago) – Posting: # 18846
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Sorry for ressurecting an already thoroughly discussed topic.

❝ OK, subjects should be selected in a random manner – but IMHO after the analyses.

❝ You can set up anything in

[image], but why don’t you go for ‘true’ random numbers?

My question is this, which part of the guideline was it stated that the 20% Chromatogram has to be selected in a random fashion?

Is the requirement for randomly selecting 20% Chromatogram in any Guideline?


Edit: Merged with a later (deleted) post. Hint: You can edit your original post for 24 hours. [Helmut]


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