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2021-05-20 21:33
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 High post-hoc power… [Power / Sample Size]

Dear all,

discovered an interesting review.*


If I understand it correctly, that’s the post hoc power for AUC. Not surprising cause studies are generally powered for Cmax.

  • Huh KY, Kim E, Lee S, Yoo H, Yoon S, Yu K-S, Chung J-Y. Current Bioequivalence Study Designs in South Korea: A Comprehensive Analysis of Bioequivalence Study Reports Between 2013 and 2019. Front Pharmacol. 2021; 12:651790. doi:10.3389/fphar.2021.651790. [image] Open access.

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