Taking account of the play of chance – Testing Treatments
Posted on 12th April 2017 by Gareth Grant
This blog is a review of a resource. In this case, the key points from chapter 7 of the book ‘Testing Treatments (2nd ed)’. If you’re a student and would like to share your thoughts about different resources and learning tools, you can find more information here.
Roughly how long did it take you to read/complete?
What did you think of the resource? (e.g. was it clear or difficult to understand?)
It was clear and easy to use as there is audio but also text and tables to follow along.
Do you feel it improved your understanding?
Yes, it’s short and concise but addresses the point and summarises the topic without wordy explanations. It features good examples, without getting too technical with numbers.
What problems did you find with it (if any) / how do you think it could be improved?
I did have to refresh the page to access the second recording but that may have just been me – related to cookies I think. I think the source itself was good and doesn’t need improvement.
Overall, what would you score the resource out of 5? (and why?)
5 – it clearly summarises the role of chance and was easy to understand. Also, it’s good if (like me) you prefer audio/video sources to reading.