Range [BE/BA News]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2022-04-11 18:07 (833 d 10:12 ago) – Posting: # 22927
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Hi Ohlbe,

❝ I guess it depends what they mean by "range". Are they using the word in its statistical meaning (difference between the largest and smallest values) or in its lay language meaning (limits between which something varies) ? I suspect the latter: lowest and highest observed Tmax values.


You mean that we only have to report the minimum and maximum tmax of T and R? But how should we understand this:

Comparable  median (≤ 20% difference) and  range for Tmax.

How to decide what is ‘comparable’? Ask ten people and get twelve answers?
The range it given in the section ‘Bioequivalence assessment’. We report other stuff as well (λz/t½, AUC0–t/AUC0–:blahblah:). So why does it sit there?

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