Complier average causal effect (cace), Advanced Statistics

Complier average causal effect (CACE): The treatment effect amid true compliers in the clinical trial. For the suitable response variable, the CACE is given by the difference in outcome between compliers in the treatment group and those controls who would have complied with the treatment had they been randomized to the treatment group. The CACE may be viewed as a measure of 'efficacy' as opposed to 'effectiveness'.

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