A Researcher Takes on a Biostatistician | GenomeWeb

In a YouTube animation, user JavaMama926 depicts hypothetical conversation between an investigator and a biostatistician and says that "this is what happens when two people are speaking different research languages." Watch their expertise and opinions collide — and frustrations emerge — as the researcher approaches the statistician to see whether his proposed patient sample size is adequate for a drug effectiveness trial as his grant deadline looms:

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