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In this lesson, among other things, we learned how to:

  1. identify outcomes that are continuous, binary, event times, counts, ordered or unordered categories and repeated measurements.
  2. state the merits and problems of using a surrogate outcome.
  3. recognize types of censoring that can occur in studies of time-to-event outcomes.
  4. state the components of a typical dose-finding design.