Data [R for BE/BA]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2019-11-20 11:34 (696 d 20:41 ago) – Posting: # 20837
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Hi Sury,

» I have sent you data personally helmut.

I know and responded that you should find a webspace where you can upload it. Since your file is small, I make an exception and host it here. Download in CSV-format.

My results in Phoenix 8.1 (lin-up/log-down trapezoidal, default settings for the estimation of λz):

Subject Period Lambda_z AUClast AUCINF_pred   C72     AUC72
   1       1   0.013121  9317.1    15139.8   76.111  9304.2
   1       2   0.011542  7931.9    14105.8   71.000  7954.2
   2       1   0.010934  8126.1    14343.3   67.504  8124.7
   2       2   0.006536 11214.9    28781.2  115.869 11108.5
   3       1   0.017025 11087.6    15765.7   80.560 11027.6
   3       2   0.014563  9949.5    15037.1   73.379  9879.0
   4       1   0.016735  6637.4     9461.4   47.047  6649.9
   4       2   0.015014  8610.5    12740.5   62.911  8511.1


I guess you want to assess AUC0–72 as primary metric. Since you have time deviations, I added C72 and AUC72 to the output.

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