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2018-08-19 09:20
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 wilcoxon signed rank test & Tmax [Nonparametrics]

I have one question about Tmax. In a 2*2 cross-over BE study. I want to test the Tmax used in Wilcoxon signed rank test. p-value less than 0.05. how to justify?


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2018-08-19 23:49
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 Statistical significance ≠ clinical relevance

Hi anji,

» In a 2*2 cross-over BE study. I want to test the Tmax used in Wilcoxon signed rank test.

Almost (see Detlew’s post).

» p-value less than 0.05.

Happens sometimes. See the last paragraph of this post.

» how to justify?

What do you want to “justify”?

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anji
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India,
2018-08-20 06:19
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@ Helmut
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 Statistical significance ≠ clinical relevance

» » how to justify?
»
» What do you want to “justify”?

why p value less than 0.05?


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