What is the ideal study design from a statistical point of view?

-Clinical trial

-Observational studies

-A&B

-None of the above

-Clinical trial

-Observational studies

-A&B

-None of the above

pedzenekO
2020-11-12
Answered

-Clinical trial

-Observational studies

-A&B

-None of the above

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Answered 2020-11-13
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The ideal study design from a statistical point of view?

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Clinical trials is dividdin to two parts trials and observational study.

Clinical trial is experimental study so it is also ideal study from a statistial point of view.

So, both the clinnil trial and observational study are ideal study design from a statistcal point of view.

Answer should be A and B

To find,

The ideal study design from a statistical point of view?

Step 2

Result:

Clinical trials is dividdin to two parts trials and observational study.

Clinical trial is experimental study so it is also ideal study from a statistial point of view.

So, both the clinnil trial and observational study are ideal study design from a statistcal point of view.

Answer should be A and B

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See Attachment

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