Inflated type I error: Not nice [RSABE / ABEL]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2020-11-26 17:14 (299 d 19:56 ago) – Posting: # 22088
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Dear Detlew,

» » Shit.
»
» Why shit?

Cause it slipped through my attention for almost fifteen years… In South Africa for Cmax fixed limits of 75.00–133.33% may be used (no replicate design needed).

» » » Quick and dirty captured code from power.scABEL.sds.
» »
» » How, did you do that? That’s beyond me.
»
» Stolen the code of subject data sims and scaled ABE evaluation in the working horse function .pwr.SABE.sds().
» Have a look into the code of the new but undocumented function power.fwl.sds() in the GitHub repository.

THX!

» » ...And got 20.568% after eleven (!) hours.
» Wow! 11 hours for one number! 106 sims in ca. 4-5 sec with my implementation.

Mühsam ernährt sich das Eichhörnchen.

» Some results with setseed=FALSE:
» power.fwl.sds(CV=0.3, n=40, theta0=0.8, design="2x2x4", setseed=F)
» 0.2045, 0.2066, 0.2047, 0.2051, 0.2082
» Seems we are simulating the same number :cool:.

:-D

Terrible for drugs which are not highly variable (reminds me on the FDA’s RSABE). The design is less important.

[image] 2-sequence 4-period (full) replicates

[image] 2-sequence 3-period (full) replicates

[image] 3-sequence 3-period (partial) replicates


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