FWERFamily Wise Error Rate
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Control of the FWER using the Bonferroni correction requires that k-FWER<a for all P, where P is the true probability distribution.
RMA analysis of the data using paired t-statistics, bootstrapping, and a 5% FWER indicated that 2,129 probe sets were significantly different in people exposed to high levels of benzene compared with matched unexposed subjects.
FWER with bootstrapping), our results showed that, in the six pairs examined, a potentially large number (> 2,100) of probe sets were (statistically) differentially expressed in the benzene-exposed subjects compared with the control, unexposed subjects.