Three-way crossover example data set [Design Issues]

posted by Irene_I – Indonesia, 2018-06-12 09:21 (904 d 14:16 ago) – Posting: # 18886
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Dear Helmut,

Could I ask you some questions about this example?

After I tried to run the SAS code (Example 4.5), I got the CI, but there is only one Residual value. I guess I suppose to calculate the intra-subject CV from this value, right? So, My question is, Do we only get one Intra-subject CV from three-comparison of the treatment (T-R, S-T, S-R) while we got three CI (T-R, S-T, S-R)?

I am looking forward for your help.
Thank you very much.

Best Regards,

Irene I

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