Vivek Chaudhari
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2019-11-27 07:12

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 Power Model [General Sta­tis­tics]

Dear Sir,

In power model which data used for for the assesment for dose proportinality

Dose normalised data or original data (without dose normalised)?


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2019-11-27 14:35

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 Power Model

Dear Madam,

» In power model which data used for for the assesment for dose proportinality
» Dose normalised data or original data (without dose normalised)?

What do you think and why?

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