Hi:
A controlled experiment is expressed as:
Ctrl group: no drug
Expr group: with drug
And we expect to see that:
Ctrl group: no effect
Expr group: has effect
The above looks like the logic relation: iff
A iff B
T T T <- Expr group and has effect
T F F
F F F
F T T <- Ctrl group and has no effect
Could we say that the degin of a controlled experiment is intended to show that there is an iff logical relation between the drug and the effect?
Are there some other implications for the above similarity?
On Mon, 8 Jun 2020 07:06:49 -0700 (PDT), Cosine <asecant@gmail.com>
wrote:
A controlled experiment is expressed as:
The above looks like the logic relation: iff
Are there some other implications for the above similarity?
Sorry, I don't imagine what you are driving at.
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