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Dealing with the Analysis of More Complex RCT Designs
Dealing with the Analysis of More Complex RCT Designs
Introduction

If we are dealing with a simple RCT design, where participants have been randomised individually to the control and intervention groups and where we have outcomes measured as scale variables, then we have already covered all of the essential aspects to how we analyse the trial data in the last chapter. However, things are not always this simple. On the one hand, we may well have some outcomes that are binary in nature rather than scale. An example of this would be for interventions aimed at encouraging students to continue on into higher education. The outcome measure here could just be whether they eventually enrolled on a ...

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