The misuse of 'no significant difference' in British orthopaedic literature.

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INTRODUCTION Many studies published in medical journals do not consider the statistical power required to detect a meaningful difference between study groups. As a result, these studies are often underpowered: the sample size may not be large enough to pick up a statistically significant difference (or other effect of interest) of a given size between the… (More)
DOI: 10.1308/003588408X242312

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@article{Sexton2008TheMO, title={The misuse of 'no significant difference' in British orthopaedic literature.}, author={Shaun Sexton and Neil T. N. Ferguson and Christopher Jon Pearce and David M. Ricketts}, journal={Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England}, year={2008}, volume={90 1}, pages={58-61} }