Keep it simple [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2021-10-20 12:36 (48 d 08:08 ago) – Posting: # 22646
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Hi Ben,

» In your lecture you state that one should calculate gMean as well.

This was suggested at numerous conferences and I’m reporting it for ~ten years.

» Are you also calculating gMean ratios, i.e. calculating point estimates for the comparison of different time points (e.g. each vs. last)?

No. Just a simple table like $$\small{\begin{array}{rcc}
\text{time} & \overline{\textrm{T}}_\textrm{geom.}\;(\text{CV}\;\%) & \overline{\textrm{R}}_\textrm{geom.}\;(\text{CV}\;\%)\\\hline
-2\,\tau & 19.9\;(16.4) & 20.9\;(26.4)\\
-\tau & 20.1\;(25.3) & 21.2\;(13.6)\\
\pm0 & 20.3\;(26.1) & 21.4\;(14.7)\\
\tau & 20.3\;(18.6) & 21.3\;(31.2)\\\hline
\end{array}}$$

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