What is the benefit of combing class data (biology) before an analysis is completed

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this may be a stupid question, but is it just to do with ruling out anomalies?
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this may be a stupid question, but is it just to do with ruling out anomalies?
Depends with the question...in certain aspects its to do w/ larger the data collected, larger the evidence, hence more the reproducibility...in other scenarios, it helps with removing anomalies as you've suggested...yet in other cases, its done since you cant repeat the investigation for eg exercise and heart rate.
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Thank you, I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't repeating myself too many times.
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Thank you, I just wanted to make sure that I wasn't repeating myself too many times.
Np! If you dont mind me asking, which experiment was it? we usually stick to repeating thrice...
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