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Results after two days on my new dose

I have compiled the measurements during these last two days, see below. Compared with my base line measurements, they look very random and I will attempt some sort of analysis tomorrow.

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4 Responses to “Results after two days on my new dose”

  1. Please excuse my ignorance (my experience is limited to types B and D to date), but is it, possibly, too early to expect a sigificant result?

    Posted by Zalamanda | May 6, 2012, 10:28 pm
  2. I’d have to agree w/ Zalamanda – I think it’s really early to expect a significant result. Your calculations based on just 2 data points will show large variations…

    Posted by Maarten den Braber | May 7, 2012, 7:43 am

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