Correction for multiple testing: is there a resolution?

@article{Streiner2011CorrectionFM,
  title={Correction for multiple testing: is there a resolution?},
  author={David L Streiner and Geoffrey R Norman},
  journal={Chest},
  year={2011},
  volume={140 1},
  pages={16-18}
}
In most studies, many statistical tests are performed. They can be run to compare the groups at baseline, look at relationships among the various measures, and, for intervention trials, examine more than one end point. As the number of tests increases, so does the probability of finding at least one of them to be statistically significant just by chance (the problem of multiplicity). A number of procedures have been developed to deal with multiplicity, such as the Bonferroni correction, but… CONTINUE READING

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