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post hoc

(pōst hŏk) [L., “after this”]
After the fact.
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Post hoc Tukey test showed that the difference in the mean value of combined volume of both ovaries in group B was statistically significant, when compared with the mean values of groups A, C, D and E.
Significant differences are indicated by different letters according to the performed ANOVA and LSD post hoc analysis.
In the post hoc analyses, the advantage of LABA/LAMA relative to LAMA/ICS was remarkably consistent.
They also noted that the findings were limited by the post hoc nature of the analysis.
Post Hoc Analysis of the 10% ECC Group and Microwave Diathermy Group (a,b) Time, h Group MVC, kg 0 10% ECC 13.
Disclosures: The post hoc analysis was funded by the population health research institute at McMaster University.
The post hoc analysis she and her associates ran included 433 of the 448 hospitalized, suicidal adolescents, aged 13-17, who participated in the Youth-Nominated Support Team--Version II intervention study (J.
However, these controversial decisions are examples of the large number of decisions that must be made in a post hoc meta-analysis, and they show why post hoc meta-analyses are intrinsically unconvincing for controversial topics.
To help readers understand power in reported studies, we discuss the principles of and rationale for a priori power analysis, post hoc power analysis, and sensitivity power analysis.
Data Source: A post hoc analysis of data from a randomized controlled trial of vaccination in 948 children in the western Netherlands.
Furthermore, recollective experience can in that way be taken as a unitary general phenomenon of which a number of qualitative and quantitative variants can be established, including their assignment to post hoc categories.
There are continued post hoc analyses between the women who received oestrogen plus progesterone and those allocated to placebo.

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