Higher-Order Crossovers [Power / Sample Size]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2023-04-20 12:19 (457 d 23:48 ago) – Posting: # 23530
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Hi BEQool,

❝ ❝ ❝ From a 2×2×2 crossover design we may estimate :blahblah:

❝ And since it was mentioned that we may estimate CVs with these equations from a 2x2x2 crossover study I am curious if this equations for CVs also apply for other higher order designs?


Yes. I strongly suggest to follow the ‘Two at a Time’-approach instead of an ANOVA of pooled data (see there).

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