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the adjusted doses of A and B as interval scaled predictors, and C as dummy-coded

predictor? Also the interactions should be included.

You could perform separate analyses for the different time points.If you want one

model which Includes all time points, then you will probably need multilevel

modeling.

With kind regards

Karabiner

(I guessed that this was a student homework with hypothetical data.)

So there seems to be a time effect. A patient is measured 2 or 3 times. Maybe a standard statistical model like a repeated measurement model can be used.

Some are treated with drug C and some are not.

But there is a difficulty in that:

Doses of A was initially a standard dose, then adjusted by blood concentration levels.

B is initially a standard dose dependent on body weight, then adjusted by blood concentration levels.

B is initially a standard dose dependent on body weight, then adjusted by blood concentration levels.

Wow, so this is real data! And on organ transplantations!

(I guessed that this was a student homework with hypothetical data.)

(I guessed that this was a student homework with hypothetical data.)

Maybe the correct to the such a question

would be that the op should contact the ethics

committee for the study, since letting amateurs

analyse real patient data might violate the

ethical approval of the study.

Regards

Karabiner