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randomization

[‚ran·də·mə′zā·shən]
(statistics)
Assigning subjects to treatment groups by use of tables of random numbers.
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Although these social benefits do not resolve all tension with a merits randomization ban, they do not entail a preference for merits randomization either.
'We enrolled our first patient in late June, with the first surgery and randomization occurring in mid-July.
Access to and roles within the cdms and randomization system will be determined by university staff.
Another type of randomization is randomization of treatment.
Using a RTSM system that can manage the supply allocation and randomization has become the industry norm to effectively manage a complex trial; but sponsors should allow for adequate time at the planning stage for the development, build, and validation of the RTSM system.
The participants included in the study were randomly assigned to either the PJT group without plyometric drill randomization (NRG, n = 7), PJT group with plyometric drill randomization (RG, n = 6), or a control group that performed solely the regular technical and tactical basketball training (CONTROL, n = 6).
Through a consortium-based effort involving 25 studies, the Mendelian Randomization of Dairy Consumption Working Group achieved a sample size of 184802 individuals with results derived by application of a standardized analysis plan.
There are two main issues I will discuss here that I relate to postmodern rheumatology: the postmodern randomization and the postmodern p-values.
The company was founded in October, 2015, to develop a service offering centered around a 4th generation Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM) system, Prancer.
This problem is often referred to as the "software monoculture." To counter this threat, modern operating systems have adopted randomization techniques, such as Address Space layout Randomization (ASLR), that diversify the memory locations used by each instance of the application at the point at which the application is loaded into memory.
Operational measures were whether a patient had an office visit within 3 months or 1 year of randomization (Table 1).
Because genotype is not modifiable by disease, a genetic instrument can be used as an model for an exposure, and "Mendelian randomization generates unbiased, unconfounded effect estimates that are sometimes taken as evidence of a causal role," Jon White, PhD, of University College London and his coinvestigators explained.