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Categorical Data Analysis Using The SAS® System, 2nd Edition by Gary G. Koch, Charles S. Davis, Maura E. Stokes

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11.4. Analysis of Pain Study

Researchers investigated a new drug for pain relief by studying its effect on groups of subjects with two different diagnoses. The drug was administered at five dosages, and the outcome measured was whether the subjects reported adverse effects. Table 11.4 contains the data. Interest lies in investigating the association of adverse effects with dose and diagnosis; in addition, there is interest in describing the influence of dose and diagnosis on whether there are adverse effects with a statistical model.

Table 11.4. Pain Study
 Diagnosis IDiagnosis II
DoseAdverseNotAdverseNot
1326626
57262012
101022266
121418284
151814311

Unlike the previous bioassay analysis, this study does not compare the tolerance distributions of ...

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