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Maximizing an Experiment


When most biologists talk about statistics, we think about the analysis of quantitative data after finishing an experiment. Similarly, when we present an experiment in a lab meeting, it's most likely when the experiment is in progress or is already complete. At that time we usually get good input from other lab members, but it may be too late: if they find fault in our experimental design or data collection, we may have to start all over again to get it right.

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