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AudreyM
Calcite | Level 5

Hello,

 

i need to perform a futility analysis where the hypothesis of testing are:

The null hypothesis H0:                      Rc-Ra ≤ -10

The alternative hypothesis H1:           Rc-Ra > -10

where Rc and Ra are the response rate of treatments C and A respectively.

 

At the end of the study Nc = 450, Na = 300 subjects.

where Nc and Na are the number of subjects planned to be randomised in treatments C and A respectively.

 

At futility analysis time, i have Nc = 215, Na = 143 subjects and Rc=0.703 and Ra=0.618

 

i need to calculate the conditional power at time of futility analysis.

i looked into SAS support but i am not really clear what procedure is the most appropriate and the SAS codes/options.

 

thanks for your help.

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SteveDenham
Jade | Level 19

I would think that PROC POWER for comparison of two binomials and some additional options ought to work.  Check the examples in the documentation.

 

SteveDenham

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