Potential randomization schemes are prospectively evaluated when units are assigned to treatment arms upon entry into the experiment. The schemes are evaluated for balance on covariates and on predictability (i.e., how well could a site worker guess the treatment of the next unit enrolled).
|Author||Xiaoshu Zhu and Sharon Lohr|
|Date of publication||2016-08-04 01:09:17|
|Maintainer||Xiaoshu Zhu <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
bcdalloc: Biased Coin Design Allocation
caitalloc: Sequential Allocation for CAIT Method
caralloc: Sequential Allocation Using Covariate Adaptive Randomization
cguess: Evaluate Optimal Guess
covimbal: Evaluate covariate imbalance using R-squared.
MAICimbal: Maximum Allocation Imbalance for Covariates
SeqAlloc: Sequential Allocation for Prospective Experiments
SeqAlloc-package: Sequential Allocation for Randomized Experiments
SeqAllocplot: Plot the evaluation criteria for the designs
stratblockalloc: Stratified permuted block allocation
summary95: Find summary statistics
WAICimbal: Weighted Average of Allocation Imbalance for Covariates
weight_x: Calculate weight matrix from matrix of covariates
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