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 ANOVA interpretation [Study As­sess­ment]

As a beginner in Bioequivalence field, How do I Interprete ANOVA tables ?
Should P value > 0.05 for all effects as sequence effect ?
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2022-02-27 00:03
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 ANOVA interpretation

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2022-02-28 12:30
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 ANOVA interpretation

Dear Helmut,

❝  Sequence effect / carryover (not relevant)

❝  Period effect (not relevant unless the study is extremely unbalanced)


I like the brown dot ("not for beginners") next to the sentence "If you are asked by a regulatory assessor for a ‘justification’, keep calm and answer in a diplomatic way" :-D

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2022-02-28 17:18
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 OT: defect screen?

Hi Ohlbe,

❝ I like the brown dot ("not for beginners") …


Brown? Is you screen defect? Navigate there, enter 804040 in the first field and click Convert.
The preview below should appear dark red.

BTW, in other articles (e.g., this one) I tagged it with this one:

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2022-03-01 00:27
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 OT: defect screen?

Hi Helmut,

❝ Brown? Is you screen defect? Navigate there, enter 804040 in the first field and click Convert.

❝ The preview below should appear dark red.


Dunno if it's a matter of screen (I tried with 3 different ones including my mobile), eye or brain, but it looks more to me like a reddish brown of a brownish red, and more brown than red. Not like something I would really call red anyway.

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2022-03-01 11:49
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 OT: defect screen?

Hi Ohlbe,

❝ ❝ The preview below should appear dark red.


❝ Dunno if it's a matter of screen (I tried with 3 different ones including my mobile), eye or brain, but it looks more to me like a reddish brown of a brownish red, and more brown than red. Not like something I would really call red anyway.


Eye and/or brain. ;-)
The hex-codes give the components of the RGB color space, where in CSS HEX 00 to FF (DEC 0 to 255) are possible. Therefore, 224 = 16,777,216 colors can be defined.
In red colors the components are R > G = B (e.g., #804040 = 50% red, 25% green, 25% blue), and in brown colors R > G > B.

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