T/R-ratios are useful [GxP / QC / QA]

posted by Ohlbe – France, 2022-05-25 16:40 (368 d 06:04 ago) – Posting: # 23020
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Dear Helmut,

❝ ❝ Well, remember GVK ? According to the ANSM inspection report (document A3, page 3), …

❝ Didn’t know that the documents are in the public domain in the meantime. ;-)

I found them by chance, linked to this paper and that one from the same author. Apparently he made a freedom-of-information request and posted the reports he obtained.

❝ However, as I wrote above it’s a pretty trivial exercise for anybody to critically inspect the data.

"Trivial" if you have the coding skills or know someone who does, yes, definitely. And yes, it definitely makes sense, even (especially ?) if you are buying a dossier from the shelf.

Possibly the statistician was fired by the man in the Armani suit shouting

»You’re a bloody looser‼ Why didn’t we perform the study in 16 subjects‽

I calculated post hoc power in FARTSSIE and it’s already 81.6%! What’s the point of having 99.4% at the end?«

Come on, the man in the Armani suit has no idea how to use FARTSSIE and has even never heard of it :-D


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