type of comparison

type of comparison

A term of art used in clinical trials that parse treatment/control arms into groups (safety, efficacy, PK/PD) for comparing data from other studies or sources (e.g., historical control).
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The constancy of conductor and orchestra would allow for a different type of comparison and open up new avenues of discussion.
Unlike our Study 1, in this study each type of comparison was measured by a single item.
The point here is not to diminish Carlton's achievement, but to illustrate the potential inequity in this type of comparison.
In real-life, everyday situations, it would be extremely difficult to avoid making some type of comparison. Frequently, people may compare themselves with others in their immediate environment or in the mass media in order to judge their own personal worth.
Another type of comparison can be made between two portable navigation test sets that serve the same application.
In this type of comparison the bullet make and weight are the most important factors, but unless the primer and case are also exactly the same we can only be very general in our conclusions.
This type of comparison with other forecasts has been a regular feature of The Swedish Economy since March 1997.
In the choice stage, the focus is on the features that distinguish between alternatives, and we propose that a compensatory approach should serve as the basis for this type of comparison. According to the formal compensatory model (e.g., Katz, 1966; Pitz & Harren, 1980; Zakay & Barak, 1984), quantitative trade-offs between the aspects are considered.
Of the so-called "second-wave" candidates, who started negotiating only in March 2000, Lithuania and Malta have made up the most ground, with each of them closing 13 chapters so far.Candidates who are trailing on this type of comparison claim energetically that it is a superficial and potentially misleading evaluation of progress.
market) 1987 0.98 1988 -0.15 1989 -1.84 * 1990 1.23 1991 2.28 ** 1992 0.83 1993 0.49 1994 -1.49 1995 1.18 1996 0.67 1997 1.10 1998 -1.01 Multiple-year holding periods 1987-1991 1.03 1988-1992 1.06 1989-1993 1.30 1990-1994 1.44 1991-1995 1.52 1992-1996 0.88 1993-1997 0.81 1994-1998 0.33 1987-1998 1.35 Summary table of raw return results Type of comparison Mother vs.
Useful for this type of comparison would have been the theory of confessionalization, which finds virtually no mention in the book.
Beyond functional genomics there are many situations where this type of comparison can be very valuable.