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 Sequence effect in BA/BE studies [General Sta­tis­tics]

Dear all,

I would like know the reason for sequence effect being significant in 2x2 crossover design of a BA/BE studies.
Is it due to high subject to subject variation?
Is subject to subject variation means Inter-subject variation?

I would be glad to get a reply.

Regards,

Atish
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2008-03-04 18:33
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 Sequence effect in BA/BE studies

Dear Atish!

Please use search feature of the forum first...

❝ I would like know the reason for sequence effect being significant in 2x2

❝ crossover design of a BA/BE studies.


A statistical artefact (unlikely in a properly planned and performed study)?
For details see this post.

❝ Is it due to high subject to subject variation?


No.

❝ Is subject to subject variation means Inter-subject variation?


Yes: inter = between, among (from Latin intera), intra = on the inside, within (Latin) :-D

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