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Ep1: Insufficient explanation of the data set #534

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gcapes opened this Issue May 23, 2018 · 1 comment

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gcapes commented May 23, 2018

The result is a roughly linear rise and fall, which is suspicious: we might instead expect a sharper rise and slower fall.

It's not clear to me why we should expect a rise in inflammation at all. The scenario is putting patients on a new drug to reduce inflammation. Would the drug initially make the inflammation worse, but then make things better? It would help motivate the lesson if we had a very brief explanation of what we're expecting and why.

I'm happy to make a PR, if someone can confirm the above details.

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maxim-belkin commented May 23, 2018

I think the rise in inflammation data corresponds to an outbreak, which happens exponentially. And the fall corresponds to the treatment kicking in.

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