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Installation / Operation / Re: Demo time
« Last post by Dev on 06 May, 2007, 07:25:43 pm »
Hi Ada,

Yes, this has happened a few times with people and we think it's got to do with international settings. However, as a first solution try the Vista compatible version. The direct link to the current programme is: http://www.clintools.com/download/ClinTools404-Vista.exe

Have you tried this version already? We haven't had any of those problems with this version, so please let us know back here what happens. There are other solutions if this doesn't work.

Best,

Dev

ps. I forgot to mention: uninstall the old version of ClinTools first or this will not work.
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Installation / Operation / Demo time
« Last post by Ada on 04 May, 2007, 07:20:49 am »
Hi there,

I just downloaded and installed ClinTool professional version about 15 mins ago but as soon as I opened the software, it said my demo time has expired. It's the first time I'm using Clin Tool and I wonder what's going on? I'm feeling quite frustrated because I was all excited when I stumbled upon this software and thought I could try working out within group effect size and repeated measures...

Is there anyway I can get my free trial back, please?

Help much appreciated.

Ada
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Hi Angela,

I just tried it myself and I can't replicate the problem. Is it looking for your Windows disk perhaps? Can you try it on another machine and see if you get the same problem? If so, can you let me know the process that is going on in the background when this occurs.

Thanks

Dev
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Installation / Operation / Disc 2 command for installation of ClinTools404-Vista.exe
« Last post by Angela on 25 April, 2007, 12:49:28 am »

In trying to install the downloaded version of ClinTools404-Vista.exe, half way through the installation the program asks for Disc 2, which I obviously do not have as it is a 30 trial download.

How do I fix this?

Cheers
Angela (Swinburne Psychophys Honours Student)
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Installation / Operation / Re: Windows Vista
« Last post by Dev on 04 April, 2007, 06:05:53 am »
A Vista compatible version of ClinTools is now available through the download site!  ;D
Best,
Dev
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Random Numbers / Now allowing assignment to group
« Last post by Dev on 26 February, 2007, 05:07:14 am »
The random number generator now allows one to assign people / rats / whatever to groups.  8)

Dev
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Help Using / Are two hedges g effect sizes significantly different?
« Last post by Dev on 14 February, 2007, 06:01:07 pm »
We recently had the below question:

>On the extra statistics tab for effect size generator
>I'm trying to use the function "are two hedges g effect sizes significantly
>different?"

>However, it is asking for the t-test statistic for group a and group b, but
>I do not understand where to get this t-statistic

>I am enjoying your software

>Thank you very much.

Thanks for the feedback.

Each effect size (group a's and group b's) should come from two means and standard deviations. From these it is possible to compute a t-statistic. For example, suppose you had an effect size (for group a) of 0.96518, and this came from Mean1 = 25, SD1 = 4, Mean2 = 20, SD2 = 6 and you had 25 people in each group. Putting this into the effect size generator's main window and computing the effect size (g=0.96518) and then clicking on the statistics tab tells us that the t-value associated with this effect size (and n=25  in group1 and 25 in group2) is 3.46688. Opening the procedure for "Are two hedges g effect sizes significantly different?", this figure would then be put in the text box as the t-statitic associated with a hedges' g of 0.96518 and na=25 and nb=25. Then you would do the same for the other effect size (group b) and hit the 'do it' button. Does this explain things ok?  ???
Best
Dev
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Installation / Operation / Windows Vista
« Last post by Dev on 05 February, 2007, 07:12:15 am »
ClinTools 4.0.4 does not work with Windows Vista  >:(. This is being attended to and the programme will be compatible in the next release.
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Wish List / Re: Q statistic - homogeneity of studies
« Last post by Dev on 09 January, 2007, 04:49:29 am »
Just a quick update - the Beta version now includes two tests for heterogeneity - the Q statistic and I-Squared - when conducting a meta-analysis. This is now available for download at: http://www.clintools.com/download/ClinTools40-Beta.exe the statistics are in the advanced printout ("save Meta-analysis To Notepad" button).  ;D
Best,
Dev

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Wish List / Q statistic - homogeneity of studies
« Last post by Dev on 14 November, 2006, 11:02:28 pm »
We've had some recent requests for a Q statistic to be given for meta-analyses and this is just to let you know that we're onto it and this will be built into the next version.
Grant
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