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2023-05-14 15:48
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 R Validation [Power / Sample Size]

Hello,

To validate the R software in order to calculate the sample size, do we have to buy the paid license which includes the validation option or can we simply use the method indicated in the following article (https://bebac.at/articles/Sample-Size-Estimation-for-Equivalence-Studies-in-a-2x2x2-Crossover-Design.phtml#Validation)??

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2023-05-15 13:54
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 R Validation

Hi Imph,

❝ To validate the R software in order to calculate the sample size, do we have to buy the paid license…


There is not commerical (paid) license of [image]. See there.

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2023-05-15 15:35
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 R Validation

❝ There is not commerical (paid) license of [image]. See there.


Thank you for your answer, same question goes for RStudio?
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2023-05-15 15:42
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❝ ❝ There is not commerical (paid) license of [image]. [...]


❝ Thank you for your answer, same question goes for RStudio?


RStudio is just an IDE for [image]. Therefore, any script will run in it as well. For – my personal views of – the Pros and Cons see there.
posit offers both free and commercial versions of RStudio. For the latter you get professional support. However, for the former you may get help from its – pretty active – community. Up to you.

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