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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    That's very helpful as well. Thanks.
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    OK. Thank you very much for a detailed reply. Highly appreciated.
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    I am actually planning another study to assess the prevalence of anxiety and depression in patients with chronic liver disease. Can you kindly guide on how i can run g*power calculation for that study, as i am not sure which of the given options actually apply. Thanks.
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    Thank you for the tip. The issue with G*power is that it can be difficult to select which options to choose from a list of given options. For example, in this study (analyzing time management behaviors in medical teachers ) it is difficult to see which of the options apply from the given set of...
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    OK that makes it more clear. Many thanks again for your much appreciated guidance.
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    Can you very kindly guide on how you reached at the sample size of 130 for a moderate effect. The calculator you referenced asks for an anticipated mean from the previous and planned study but i cannot figure how to calculate sample size by the effect size (moderate in our case). Your advice...
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    OK. Thank you for your kind input.
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    OK thank you very much for a detailed reply. This is very helpful. Is there anyway i could reference the fact that for a medium effect in the population, a sample of 130 is needed. If i could quote a reference to the editors, it would make life easy. Please guide what reference i can provide to...
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    While searching about this issue online i have found a document that recommends using this formula to find out sample size N= 4*SD2/M2 That is N is equal to 4 into SD squared divided by M squared where M is the margin of error. So using this equation, the sample size turns out to be 36 (As...
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    Sample size calculation for a survey on time management

    Hello everyone, We conducted a time management survey (Time management skills test) on medical teachers in our and another neighboring medical college. We were able to collect 123 responses for the time management survey. The survey has 100 points for scoring. Scores below 41 are considered...