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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Even if this type of comparison is impractical, pulmonary function laboratories and others performing spirometry should look carefully at the robustness of the NHANES III reference set.
To draw any type of comparison between the events of the Holocaust with the debate about the UK's nuclear deterrent seemed crass - and condemnation quickly followed.
The significant differences observed in maternal antibody negative (ab-) chickens were not significant in maternal antibody positive (ab+) chickens, demonstrating the requirement of ab- birds for this type of comparison.
The same type of comparison must be made for other important goals, such as improving the quality of education -- a surprisingly difficult objective to achieve, as many developed countries have learned from their poor performance in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's international assessment.
Among other restrictions, the court's ruling would require more elaborate price comparison disclosures on individual product website pages, depending on the type of comparison made.
Which type of comparison do you assume is most compelling to your customer base:
Similarly, in science and engineering, we are often faced with another type of comparison, i.
This type of comparison has been a strong motivation for each medical college to improve the students' performance.
An example of this type of comparison would be: if there are 7 yellow M&M's and 9 blue M&M's, the ratio of yellow to blue is 7:9.
Sometimes in this type of comparison, the horse who records the slower time will have been outrun both early and late.
To avoid any type of comparison, I'm going to try and write my own history.
Users are given a series of queries to extract claim information from the data warehouse by selecting key parameters, which determine the type of comparison (such as state or national, type of loss, or peer group).