In this video, we introduce the first component of an experiment – the protocol.
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In ARM, a protocol is a plan for an experiment.
A protocol primarily consists of treatments, planned assessments, and study rules.
An incomplete protocol will lead to inconsistent results.
Spending just 1 more hour to add assessment headers can save 10 hours of standardizing trial data that was entered in different ways.
Leveraging study rules also improves consistency of trial data.
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