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    sample size calculation




    I am trying to determine the necessary sample size I need for a study. Standard 80% power and </= 0.05 p value.

    The study is designed to use two different methods to determine a quantitative measurement of something: Method 1 vs. Method 2.

    The end results are expressed as percentages. For example, method 1 measures 20% while method 2 measures 25%.

    I would like to prove that Method 1 is equally as good as Method 2, which would be true if the measurements for both methods differed by no more than 5%.

    Method 2 has never been tested before. I don't have the standard deviation for method 1.

    Is it possible to calculate sample size? Thanks.

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    Re: sample size calculation


    http://www.talkstats.com/showthread....ze-calculation
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