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Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size

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RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
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RT @SpeechAndBrains: How to increase power without increasing sample size: https://t.co/ZdyZtrpCwl #UoWcog_Res
RT @SpeechAndBrains: How to increase power without increasing sample size: https://t.co/ZdyZtrpCwl #UoWcog_Res
How to increase power without increasing sample size: https://t.co/ZdyZtrpCwl #UoWcog_Res
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
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RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
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RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: @deevybee Advice in that paper https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y 1. Use fewer factor levels for continuous predictors 2. Use a focus…
RT @tomstafford: @deevybee Advice in that paper https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y 1. Use fewer factor levels for continuous predictors 2. Use a focus…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: @deevybee Advice in that paper https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y 1. Use fewer factor levels for continuous predictors 2. Use a focus…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
52 days ago
RT @tomstafford: @deevybee Advice in that paper https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y 1. Use fewer factor levels for continuous predictors 2. Use a focus…
52 days ago
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
52 days ago
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
RT @tomstafford: Four simple ways to increase power without increasing the sample size. https://t.co/kATRE6Mt6y "We show how the design of…
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R code to reproduce the figures and analyses.

DOI: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.3363v1/supp-1

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Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Stanley E Lazic conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

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The authors received no funding for this work.


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