5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Intangible cost
- Step 4
- K statistic
- Pearson's R
- a What step in a systematic review does a meta-analysis of the data?
- b True or false: There is no upper limit for groups that can be examined with the Kaplan-Meier Method in survival analyses.
- c Which statistical test is used for dependent interval/ratio data and independent interval/ratio data?
- d What is the level of agreement equal to in systematic reviews?
- e Which type of cost occurs when pain or suffering is involved?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What analysis determines the difference between actual y values and predicted y values in multiple regression analyses?
- Which statistical test is used for dependent interval/ratio data and independent nominal data with more than 2 groups?
- True or false: We want to minimize the amount of confounders we add to multiple regression analyses.
- What is the area under a survival analysis curve equal to?
- What type of data in a survival analysis is labeled as such if an event did not occur in a patient (ie. lost, withdrew, study ended prior to event)?
5 True/False Questions
Systematic Review → What is step 2 of a systematic review?
Log-Rank Test → Which statistical test is used for dependent interval/ratio data and independent nominal data with more than 2 groups?
False → True or false: Abstracts from meetings can be used in systematic reviews.
I-squared statistic → Which statistical test is used for dependent dichotomous nominal data and independent nominal data?
Slope of the line → What survival analysis test weighs out survival time in an earlier part of the curve more heavily than other parts of the curve?