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Statistical considerations for successful digital health innovation

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August 26, 2021

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Why should you report your modeling plan or statistical analysis plan before seeing any data? Why should we all ditch the term ‘statistical significance’ but keep statistical evidence? And how? A fantastic discussion with Eric Daza, Lead Statistician for Digital Health Outcomes at Evidation Health, as he dives into key themes from his recent pieces: Artifice or intelligence? and Ditch ‘statistical significance’.

Our conversation explored two proposed research changes for our field: 1) Splitting all gathered data into a small number of random subsamples to test reproducibility/replicability of results; 2) For exploratory analyses, continue to report CI’s and p-values—but explicitly state as possible uncertainty to expect using new data.

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