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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    I think I just need the p-values. Paired means I'm comparing two outcomes, oui? Ta for the offer, may take you up on it when I get to that stage
    Paired/Unpaired refers to whether or not the participants experience both conditions of the experiment, or if you use two sets of participants instead.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Paired/Unpaired refers to whether or not the participants experience both conditions of the experiment, or if you use two sets of participants instead.
    I have 2 different concentrations, and I have outcomes measured at 0 and 7 days... :confused:
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    I have 2 different concentrations, and I have outcomes measured at 0 and 7 days... :confused:
    Ok, are you wanting to compare the differences between the outcomes after 7 days?
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Ok, are you wanting to compare the differences between the outcomes after 7 days?
    Umm... I have 4 sets of data. I want to compare conc1 at day 0 with conc2 at day 0, and conc1 at day 0 with conc1 at day7, etc...

    I hate stats :sigh:
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    Umm... I have 4 sets of data. I want to compare conc1 at day 0 with conc2 at day 0, and conc1 at day 0 with conc1 at day7, etc...

    I hate stats :sigh:
    Oh ok, you would ideally need to do an ANOVA otherwise you'd be doing a **** load of t-tests which increases your chance of a type I error and rejecting a null hypothesis when it shouldn't have been. But that is much more complicated.

    Depends on what you need it for, really. During my undergrad, I was part of the biomed and psychology departments. If I had done lots of t-tests the psych dept would have slated me, whereas the biomed markers didn't understand when I used an ANOVA.
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    I know bugger all about statistics...
    Anyone recommend a decent book for dunces?
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    Oh ok, you would ideally need to do an ANOVA otherwise you'd be doing a **** load of t-tests which increases your chance of a type I error and rejecting a null hypothesis when it shouldn't have been. But that is much more complicated.

    Depends on what you need it for, really. During my undergrad, I was part of the biomed and psychology departments. If I had done lots of t-tests the psych dept would have slated me, whereas the biomed markers didn't understand when I used an ANOVA.
    Aha. I just rang my dad (maths teacher) and he said the same thing about ANOVA :yes: It's for my bioeng coursework :sigh:
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    Not looking forward to the stats for my BSc project in a couple of months. I did mechanics.
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    (Original post by Alanine)
    Have definitely had a UTI all weekend....attempting to man through the weekend has resulted in my left kidney hurting. Is it really unprofessional if I force a cup of wee onto an F1 tomorrow for them to confirm and pescribe? There's one I've been having 'banter' with....this will definitely put me in the friend zone...
    Not unprofessional, and they probably won't mind being asked (though yeah, it might kill any romantic chances you may have had). However, it's not actually that easy - they can do a dipstick, but first of all as an F1 are only allowed to prescribe for inpatients, and secondly, getting hold of an FP10 (the little green prescription slips you get from GPs etc) in hospital is almost impossible. It would probably be much easier just to go to the GP.
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    lol I got my degree certificate today and it looks like something I could have printed on my home computer with an A4 piece of card.
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    (Original post by GodspeedGehenna)
    lol I got my degree certificate today and it looks like something I could have printed on my home computer with an A4 piece of card.
    That had better be some high quality card at £28.9 per square centimetre!

    Yes I just spent 5 minutes working that out. Procrastibating instead of revising neuropathology.

    Sarcasm done with. Now I'd better get back to apathy and self loathing.
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    (Original post by buzzcat)
    That had better be some high quality card at £28.9 per square centimetre!

    Yes I just spent 5 minutes working that out. Procrastibating instead of revising neuropathology.

    Sarcasm done with. Now I'd better get back to apathy and self loathing.
    You're saying that A4 sized degree cost about £17,400. I'm pretty sure he meant his previous degree which would've probably been 3, maybe 4 years. So £5,800-4,300 per year? Back to revising. Start with simple maths.











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    (Original post by SMed)
    Pft, you're attempts to evoke my wrath are futile HBK. I assumed they had just graduated from a similar course to ours...










    Also ***** please, I self taught M4 ;D
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    (Original post by buzzcat)
    That had better be some high quality card at £28.9 per square centimetre!

    Yes I just spent 5 minutes working that out. Procrastibating instead of revising neuropathology.

    Sarcasm done with. Now I'd better get back to apathy and self loathing.
    Is that procrastination via masturbation? :sexface:


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    (Original post by Penguinsaysquack)
    Is that procrastination via masturbation? :sexface:


    :getmecoat:
    Go talk about your personal study methods elsewhere :tongue:
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    (Original post by Kinkerz)
    I know bugger all about statistics...
    Anyone recommend a decent book for dunces?
    I've been using this. Very basic but it does for the level I need.
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    (Original post by Helenia)
    Not unprofessional, and they probably won't mind being asked (though yeah, it might kill any romantic chances you may have had). However, it's not actually that easy - they can do a dipstick, but first of all as an F1 are only allowed to prescribe for inpatients, and secondly, getting hold of an FP10 (the little green prescription slips you get from GPs etc) in hospital is almost impossible. It would probably be much easier just to go to the GP.
    A&E TTA Cupboard.
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    Can you not get to a walk-in centre this evening? Hope you're feeling better soonH
    Thank you Rang my local walk in clinic but they said it was a three hour wait minimum! Decided I'd rather laze around the house complaining and making the housemates do things for me I really don't understand why this can't be a role for pharmacists....

    (Original post by Helenia)
    Not unprofessional, and they probably won't mind being asked (though yeah, it might kill any romantic chances you may have had). However, it's not actually that easy - they can do a dipstick, but first of all as an F1 are only allowed to prescribe for inpatients, and secondly, getting hold of an FP10 (the little green prescription slips you get from GPs etc) in hospital is almost impossible. It would probably be much easier just to go to the GP.
    Hah, thanks for the advice. I'll book the latest poss GP appointment, but see if I can get someone in the hosp to sort it for me so I don't have to miss anything. Got a potentially seductive text from my F1 'friend', trying to incorporate testing my bodily fluids into my reply
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    (Original post by Alanine)
    Got a potentially seductive text from my F1 'friend', trying to incorporate testing my bodily fluids into my reply
    Actual LOL
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    (Original post by Renal)
    I've been using this. Very basic but it does for the level I need.
    Cool. Seems to have good Amazon reviews too. Danke.
 
 
 
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