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posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2011-03-21 23:38 (4340 d 22:45 ago) – Posting: # 6791
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Dear D. Labes!

I'm not gifted with [image], but I'm wondering how EMA got their results for 'Method C' with this statement:
  estimate 'test-ref' formulation -1 1/ CL alpha=0.10; :cool:

@ Priyanka:
If you want to repeat results from any type of software, first use the code exactly as it is given. Only if your results don't match, try to modify your code (sometimes published code contains typos...).
  ADJUST=T is not stated by FDA (2001), EMA's Q&A (2011), and FDA's Progesterone Guidance (2010, 2011).

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