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st: Analysis of pilot drug RCT with small samples and continuous DVs


From   "Jason Ferris" <JasonF@TURNINGPOINT.ORG.AU>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Analysis of pilot drug RCT with small samples and continuous DVs
Date   Mon, 3 Aug 2009 17:54:29 +1000

Stata 10 released Fisher's exact methods for small sample studies.
These methods are for non-linear (logistic, poisson) distributions and
apply to RxC based categorical models.  I would like to know if there
exists a more robust way of analysing small sample pilot studies (i.e.,
10 people in each treatment group: treatment and placebo) where the
outcome is continuous? That is, something similar to Stata's exact
statistics.
Cheers,
Jase

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