Power<50% [Power / Sample Size]

posted by BEQool  – 2024-03-01 15:26 (107 d 14:50 ago) – Posting: # 23887
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(edited by on 2024-03-01 15:36)

❝ If any of the metrics shows power <50%, the study will fail (see this article).

Hello, is the statement above always true?

For example, in a hypothetical (and very unrealistic :-D) scenario for Cmax with PE=95%, CV=110%, 36 subjects in a 2x2x3 design we get the following 90% CI:
   lower    upper
0.701628 1.286294

Widened acceptance limits are (the maximum ones):
    lower     upper
0.6983678 1.4319102

So we pass the study although the power is <50%:

Why do we pass the study if the power is below 50%?


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