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Trial Accuracy

Postby Trifler » Fri Jan 06, 2017 4:47 am

I'm curious what the effect of improving Trial Accuracy above 100% is. The description doesn't say anything about it.
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Re: Trial Accuracy

Postby TwiceCircled » Fri Apr 14, 2017 1:18 pm

Strange, I somehow missed this post when it was first made. I'll gladly explain. :)

100% means 100% of the normal amount of trial accuracy, in the sense of 100% of 6 is 6.

150% means trials are 50% more accurate. In real terms this means that the bars that you get in the results will deviate 50% less away from the "true value".

Higher accuracy means that results will be more consistent and will tend towards the true cure rating of a product. Low accuracy means that there will be more deviation which can be good if you are looking to disqualify results and overstate your product's effectiveness.
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Re: Trial Accuracy

Postby bonitad » Wed Aug 09, 2017 7:27 pm

Yes, this is indeed really good explanation. Thanks a lot!


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