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Stuart, Charlotte; Weal, Mark; Galea, Ian;
Open Access English
  • Published: 16 Jun 2019
  • Publisher: University of Southampton
  • Country: United States
In clinical, field or laboratory longitudinal studies, sequential samples may need to be pooled in proportion to the time interval between sampling time points. For instance, pooling of samples in this manner provides an integration of the measurand with time over the course of the study, using analysis of a single sample. This delivers time and cost savings when compared to analysis of all the serial samples followed by area-under the curve analysis in silico. In practice the time intervals between serial samples may not be exactly the same, and there may be missing samples. The Sample Pooling Calculator (SPoC) helps with the preparation of the single pooled sa...
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