libaiyi
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2019-04-09 07:15

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 Tmax in three treatment, three period, three sequence design [Nonparametrics]

Dear all,

I have a question about Wilcoxon signed rank test on Tmax. In a three treatment, three period, three sequece design (two test formulations and one reference formulation with the sequences as T1-R-T2, R-T2-T1, and T2-T1-R), can we use Wilcoxon signed rank test for Tmax? If not, what can we do to statistically evaluate Tmax?

Thanks in advance!

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Libaiyi
jag009
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2019-04-12 18:19

@ libaiyi
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 Tmax in three treatment, three period, three sequence design

Hi,

» I have a question about Wilcoxon signed rank test on Tmax. In a three treatment, three period, three sequece design (two test formulations and one reference formulation with the sequences as T1-R-T2, R-T2-T1, and T2-T1-R), can we use Wilcoxon signed rank test for Tmax? If not, what can we do to statistically evaluate Tmax?

Yes there are other tests. You can't really use Wil Test because it's for 2 treatment comparisons.

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2019-04-12 19:14

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 Going beyond two periods

Hi John & Libaiyi,

» Yes there are other tests.

See this extremely old post and Detlew’s reply.

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