Posted: May 14, 2017 4:06 pm
by newolder
John Platko wrote:...
:eh: That doesn't help your case, it just makes mine.

First, it reiterates what I said, a trial is supposed to give he medicine to some and not to others, and know which is which.

If you understand the method then you'll be able to state 3 benefits of Randomization.

But that's hard to do when anyone can give the "medicine" - and we have no idea of what that distribution looks like - or even if the effect is linear.

Then, it goes on to say that the people doing clinical trails are untrustworthy - they have a strong tendency to only report on the trials that say what they want to hear.

:picard: :picard: :picard:

You are dribbling again and I have other things to attend to.