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    Does anyone know how I can work out the sample size for an experiment
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    (Original post by Ish96xx)
    Hi,

    Does anyone know how I can work out the sample size for an experiment
    You need to look into past research. There'll be research out there which state this kind of thing - use these studies as justification for your method.
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    (Original post by Deyesy)
    You need to look into past research. There'll be research out there which state this kind of thing - use these studies as justification for your method.
    Thanks! - apparently Gpower analysis is helpful to work out sample size? but I'm not sure how to work out eta squared from the experiment I'm replicating
 
 
 
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