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Naomi Boxall posted on 10/8/2010 11:31:33 AM:
I hope the matching chapter is not too confounding (sorry, lame epi joke). I can see you've worked on it since the last time I looked. i think it would be possible to remove the entire tabulation for the situation where you have more than 1 matched control per case - it is very cumbersome, and I don't think it leads to much clarity. Perhaps you could just leave in the first paragraph of that section (saying that having 3 people in each strata means there are 6 'situations' rather than 4) would be sufficient - and then redirecting to a text book reference on matching? Perhaps your efforts are best concentrated on expanding on examples, for things like 'restrictions' etc. perhaps you could write a bit about the method they used?
Patty Kostkova replied on 10/8/2010 11:52:29 AM:
Hi Naomi, it's a good joke! Shall we leave some in forums to see the response when the site goes live? Look forward to seeing you at ESCAIDE.
Patty (clearly non-epi :-)
Vladimir Prikazsky replied on 10/8/2010 11:58:25 AM:
Hi there, is it ok to put 5* or is there any comment needed in order to save that rating?
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