ANOVA fixed and random effects [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Babe_Ruth – USA, 2019-02-08 20:46 (1031 d 18:35 ago) – Posting: # 19893
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Hi ElMaestro

» Yikes. Do you mean single ascending doses, mutiple ascending doses? That would likely make this a first in man, potentially?? I am not sure I would like to offer opinions on those. Is the API very well known??

Yes, that's what I meant with SAD and MAD. Yes, first in human. API is not known, but the its target is pretty hot these days. They call her Jaki.

» "Subject in sequence" ... only has relevance if you don't number subjects uniquely.

:surprised: whoa, mind blown. Applied to my question above, "Subject as a random effect" is the same as "Subject nested in treatment condition (Fed/Fasted)"? Given that subject numbers are all unique.

» I tend to bang my head into the table when it happens.

This explains both your intelligence and your insanity =D

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