between-subject variation

between-subject variation

Those difference in a parallel trial design, which are used to assess treatment differences in different individuals.
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When the different components of the variation (between-, within-subject and analytical) were separated, the between-subject variation varied from 4.
Based on matched student-teacher data for the US, the estimation strategy exploits between-subject variation to control for unobserved student traits.
The II, which indexes within-subject to between-subject variation, was low in both groups, supporting the potential utility of RCV in interpreting troponin trends even among dialysis patients.
Between-run analytical variation will be a part of the calculated within- and between-subject variation.
The analytical goals for imprecision, defined as one half of the biological within-subject variation, and the index of individuality, defined as the ratio of the biological withinsubject variation and the between-subject variation ([CV.
Within- and between-subject variation in commonly measured anthropometric and biochemical variables.
The between-subject variation of all markers was much higher than the corresponding within-subject variation.
99 means that 99% of the variation is explained by between-subject variation and 1% is explained by within-subject variation.
Several reports have suggested, however, that although the within-subject variation in GHb unrelated to glycemia is minimal, there is substantial between-subject variation in GHb, e.
w] is the intraclass correlation and 100 x intraclass correlation is the percentage of variation explained by between-subject variation.