Response feature analysis, Advanced Statistics

Response feature analysis is the approach to the analysis of longitudinal data including the calculation of the suitable summary measures from the set of repeated measures on each subject.

For instance, the mean of the subject's measurements may be calculated or the maximum value of the response variable over repeated measurements, etc. Simple techniques such as

The Student's t-tests or the Mann-Whitney tests are applied to these summary measures to assess differences between the treatments. 

 

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