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ChristosK
Quartz | Level 8

I have 4 different ways of measuring a continuous "normally enough" distributed variable, all of which are compared to a gold standard.

 

These are repeated 5 times in the same individuals.

Have calculated the differences between them, but two of these ways of measuring the value have some missing ness (54 values measured compared to 90).

 

Is proc genmod with a REPEATED statement appropriate to account for the repeated measures ?

Is the link function "identity=link"?

What correlation structure should be chosen? 

I have a basic understanding of the types of correlation matrixes that are available.

 

Initially I planned on just comparing the actual measures, but since we are comparing ways of measuring, the precision of these are possible bias, then I'm assuming that the analyses should be done on the differences  compared to the gold standard rather than the actual values.

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