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This book describes, discusses, and demonstrates a variety of statistical methods for the analysis of repeated measurements. The term “repeatedmeasurements” refers broadly to data in which the response of each experimental unit or subject is observed on multiple occasions or under multiple conditions. Although the response variable could itself be either univariate or multivariate, we restrict consideration to univariate response variables measured at multiple occasions for each subject. The term “multiple” will usually mean “more than two,” since the topic of paired measurements is addressed in many other books.
KeywordsExperimental Unit Sample Size Estimation General Layout Repeat Measurement Data Informative Dropout
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