Two-stage tests for studying monotherapy and combination therapy in two-by-two factorial trials
Two-stage testing involves a preliminary test of a nuisance parameter prior to testing a main hypothesis. In a two-by-two factorial trial, the treatment interaction is the nuisance to the inference about the efficacy of one of the treatments given alone. In comparing a combination therapy to both of...
|Published in:||Statistics in medicine, Vol. 12, No. 7 (1993), p. 645-60|
|Item Description:||Date Completed 12.07.1993|
Date Revised 30.08.2019
Citation Status MEDLINE
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