March 2, 2016

(This article was first published on R on Gianluca Baio, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I’ve finally managed to have a reasonably functional release for SWSamp, my package for simulation-based sample size calculations, specifically (but not necessarily just!) for a Stepped Wedge design trial. There are still a few details that we need to polish and more importantly we need to work on the documentation, which is not great, at the moment. I do have a document which is nearly finished but I just need to find a little time to “undraft” it and then put it online…

(Incidentally, the picture to the left, shows another example of “semi-finished” product).

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