Easy Multiplicity Control in Equivalence Testing Using Two One-sided Tests.

@article{Lauzon2009EasyMC,
  title={Easy Multiplicity Control in Equivalence Testing Using Two One-sided Tests.},
  author={Carolyn B. Lauzon and Brian Caffo},
  journal={The American statistician},
  year={2009},
  volume={63 2},
  pages={147-154}
}
Equivalence testing is growing in use in scientific research outside of its traditional role in the drug approval process. Largely due to its ease of use and recommendation from the United States Food and Drug Administration guidance, the most common statistical method for testing equivalence is the two one-sided tests procedure (TOST). Like classical point-null hypothesis testing, TOST is subject to multiplicity concerns as more comparisons are made. In this manuscript, a condition that bounds… CONTINUE READING

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