90% confidence interval for R_dnm [Study As­sess­ment]

posted by d_labes  – Berlin, Germany, 2019-01-07 15:17 (626 d 06:24 ago) – Posting: # 19746
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Dear Shuanghe,

» » I would go with the formula of Rdnm
» » R_dnm = r^(beta1 - 1)

» ...
» This must be it!
» According to his article, Smith use the formula EXP(beta0 + beta1*ln(dose)) to calculate each mean to get ratio Rdnm. so the value is Rdnm = 0.577402 (red digit from my sas). But this is equivalent to what you wrote so if you use the full precision figure we would have obtained the same values (90% CI of (0.477381, 0.698378)). I checked with the AUC data as well, they matches what's reported in table 2.

Could you please give a detailed example for what you did here?



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