Volume 15.
(as bibtex)
14 references.
Articles

100123. Estimating sample sizes for repeated measurement designs
Overall, John E.,
Doyle, Suzanne R.

124134. Extension of onesided test to multiple treatment trials
Chen, T. Timothy,
Simon, Richard M.

135153. A comparison of two methods of estimating a common risk difference in a stratified analysis of a multicenter clinical trial
O'Gorman, Thomas W.,
Woolson, Robert F.,
Jones, Michael P.

165172. Sample size estimation using repeated measurements on biomarkers as outcomes
Munoz, Alvaro,
Kirby, Alison J.,
Galai, Noya,
Muñoz, Alvaro

173186. An optimal rule for screening subjects for clinical trials in the presence of withinperson variability
Cook, Nancy R.,
Rosner, Bernard A.

187200. Interim monitoring of bivariate responses using repeated confidence intervals
Cook, Richard John

211219. Power function arguments in support of an alternative approach for analyzing management trials
Willan, Andrew R.

277283. An efficient multiplestage procedure for phase II clinical trials that have high response rate objectives
Chen, Shande,
Soong, Sengjaw,
Wheeler, Richard H.

3043. A new proposal for benefitlessrisk analysis in clinical trials
ChuangStein, Christy

349359. Simple Bayesian analysis in clinical trials: A tutorial
Abrams, Keith,
Ashby, Deborah,
Errington, Doug

360378. Decision making during a phase III randomized controlled trial
Berry, Donald A.,
Wolff, Mark C.,
Sack, David

411428. The case for confidence intervals in controlled clinical trials
Borenstein, Michael

463481. A Bayesian approach to establishing sample size and monitoring criteria for phase II clinical trials
Thall, Peter F.,
Simon, Richard

489502. Power considerations for testing an interaction in a $2 × k$ factorial design with a failure time outcome
Xiang, Anny H.,
Sather, Harland N.,
Azen, Stanley P.