Considering Both Statistical and Clinical Significance in the Analysis of Clinical Data

@inproceedings{Zhao2016ConsideringBS,
  title={Considering Both Statistical and Clinical Significance in the Analysis of Clinical Data},
  author={Guolong Zhao},
  year={2016}
}
To evaluate a drug, statistical significance alone is insufficient and clinical significance is also necessary. This paper explains how to analyze clinical data with considering both statistical and clinical significance. The analysis is practiced by combining a confidence interval under null hypothesis with that under non-null hypothesis. The combination conveys one of the four possible results: (i) both significant, (ii) only significant in the former, (iii) only significant in the latter or… CONTINUE READING

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