Binary Analysis

An analysis involving only two categories (e.g., baseline vs final values, in contrast to analysis of multiple values from continuous measurements, as for a progression of laboratory values). The latter can be turned into a binary analysis by setting a single cut-off point so the data are split into just two possible values (e.g., baseline vs highest post-baseline value).

Source: (CIOMS VI: Clinical trial safety information 2005)


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