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    Odds Ratio question

    Thanks your thoughts were helpful! So in a summary: whenever a case-control study is matched, I should not calculate crude ORs in a 2x2 table. But when the case-control study is not matched, I could calculate the crude ORs.
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    Odds Ratio question

    That's good start for me that we got same results. Thank you! This arises me a further question. Would it then be totally wrong to calculate any "crude" ORs from a case-control study, if the study has used any kind of matching of controls?
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    Odds Ratio question

    Hi, I'm very beginner in biostatistics. Now practicing odds ratio calculation for my project. I get different results than in practicular publication reported. Could you please help me to figure out where is mistake? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30039564/ Page 622, Table 2 Authors report...