BQL = 0: bad rule [Software]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2018-07-16 16:02 (872 d 08:48 ago) – Posting: # 19067
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Hi Babe_Ruth,

» » Bad practice to force BQLs after tmax to zero
»
» What about for sparse sampling methods?

Sparse sampling is another cup of tea. Sounds trivial but actually isn’t.

» If there are 3 samples/time point, wouldn't we want to use 3 values for the calculation of the mean concentration? In which case imputing BQL concentrations with a value of 0 or close to 0 would be more favorable than not including the value altogether?

Some ideas:
» […] I'm interested in learning more about what I'm doing.

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» Browsing these forums in my spare time really helps me see where others are in environment of the Ba/Be world :) Searching old topics have answered most of the questions I have had, which is super helpful.

Maybe you can convince your employer to browse the forum in your payed time…



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