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Optimal Design is free software designed by University of Michigan. It is a useful way to visualize the relationship between different elements of the sample size formula.  
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Optimal Design creates graphs that can help visualize power calculations. However, power calculations done in Optimal Design are not easily replicable.
  
  
 
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[http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTDEVIMPEVAINI/Resources/3998199-1285617002143/PowerCalculations.pdf Materials from DIME's field coordinator class on power calculations using Optimal Design]
  
 
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Revision as of 22:45, 16 October 2017

Optimal Design is free software designed by University of Michigan. It is a useful way to visualize the relationship between different elements of the sample size formula.

Read First

Optimal Design creates graphs that can help visualize power calculations. However, power calculations done in Optimal Design are not easily replicable.


Guidelines

Back to Parent

This article is part of the topic Sampling & Power Calculations


Additional Resources

Materials from DIME's field coordinator class on power calculations using Optimal Design