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We could, of course, have considered using either the visit 1 value, or the average of the visit 1 and visit 2 values, instead. The visit 2 value was chosen because A Multi-Centre Hypertension Trial 15 it measured the DBP immediately prior to randomisation, after one week during which all patients received the same placebo medication. The baseline DBP is measured on a quantitative scale (unlike treatments). Such quantitative variables are commonly described as covariate effects and an analysis based on the above model is often referred to as analysis of covariance.

E. n rows and p columns). It specifies values of fixed effects corresponding to each parameter for each observation. For categorical effects the values of zero and one are used to denote the absence and presence of effect categories, and for covariate effects the variable values themselves are used in X. We will exemplify the notation with the following data, which are the first nine observations in a multi-centre trial of two treatments to lower blood pressure. Centre 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 Treatment Pre-treatment systolic BP Post-treatment systolic BP A A B B A B A A B 178 168 196 170 165 190 175 180 175 176 194 156 150 150 160 150 160 160 The observation vector y is formed from the values of the post-treatment systolic blood pressure: y = (176, 194, 156, 150, 150, 160, 150, 160, 160) .

The covariance parameter estimates may also uncover additional information about the data. 3. 2 Random coefficients models In the previous section the pattern of covariance between the repeated observations was modelled. An alternative approach to modelling repeated measures data would be to devise a model that explained arithmetically the relationship between DBP and time. g. in measured weeks) as a covariate in the model. DBPij = µ + b · pre + tk + m · timeij + eij , where timeij = time of observation j for patient i (weeks), m = constant representing the change in DBP for unit time (week).

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