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Small vaccination experiments with binary outcome: The paradox of increasing power with decreasing sample size and/or increasing imbalance

Luc Duchateau (UGent) and P JANSSEN
(1999) BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL. 41(5). p.583-600
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Duchateau, Luc, and P JANSSEN. “Small Vaccination Experiments with Binary Outcome: The Paradox of Increasing Power with Decreasing Sample Size And/or Increasing Imbalance.” BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL 41.5 (1999): 583–600. Print.
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Duchateau, L., & JANSSEN, P. (1999). Small vaccination experiments with binary outcome: The paradox of increasing power with decreasing sample size and/or increasing imbalance. BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL, 41(5), 583–600.
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Duchateau, Luc, and P JANSSEN. 1999. “Small Vaccination Experiments with Binary Outcome: The Paradox of Increasing Power with Decreasing Sample Size And/or Increasing Imbalance.” Biometrical Journal 41 (5): 583–600.
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Duchateau, Luc, and P JANSSEN. 1999. “Small Vaccination Experiments with Binary Outcome: The Paradox of Increasing Power with Decreasing Sample Size And/or Increasing Imbalance.” Biometrical Journal 41 (5): 583–600.
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Duchateau L, JANSSEN P. Small vaccination experiments with binary outcome: The paradox of increasing power with decreasing sample size and/or increasing imbalance. BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL. AKADEMIE VERLAG GMBH; 1999;41(5):583–600.
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L. Duchateau and P. JANSSEN, “Small vaccination experiments with binary outcome: The paradox of increasing power with decreasing sample size and/or increasing imbalance,” BIOMETRICAL JOURNAL, vol. 41, no. 5, pp. 583–600, 1999.
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  title        = {{Small vaccination experiments with binary outcome: The paradox of increasing power with decreasing sample size and/or increasing imbalance}},
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