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Thank you for your interest in MTI Trial Randomization! This purpose of this website is to provide information about MTI Trial Randomization, and offer an easy-to-use tool for generating randomized clinical trial arms using asymptotic maximal randomization. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to Contact Us.
What is MTI Randomization?
What is the Trial Randomization Tool?
Maximally-Tolerated-Imbalance (MTI) Randomization is a method of creating randomized arm allocation sequences for a clinical trial. It is designed to mitigate selection biases that can exist in other methods of sequence randomization, which can negatively impact the effectiveness of a trial. This website contains several links where you can learn more about randomization in trials.
  • About Randomization:
    Learn about methods of randomization in trials and their effectiveness.
  • Procedure Comparison:
    You can compare the guess percentage and predictability of MTI and the Permuted Block randomization methods for your trial size.
This website provides public access to a Trial Randomization Tool that lets you create randomized arm allocation sequences for any real-world trial, using MTI Randomization (specifically, the Maximal method). You can provide data about a trial's size and arms, and download data custom-tailored for your trial.
What is MTI Randomization?
Maximally-Tolerated-Imbalance (MTI) Randomization is a method of creating randomized arm allocation sequences for a clinical trial. It is designed to mitigate selection biases that can exist in other methods of sequence randomization, which can negatively impact the effectiveness of a trial. This website contains several links where you can learn more about MTI Randomization:
  • All About MTI Randomization:
    Learn all about this method of randomization, including its variations and their effectiveness.
  • Procedure Comparison:
    You can compare the guess percentage and predictability of MTI and the Permuted Block randomization methods for your trial size.
What is the Trial Randomization Tool?
This website provides public access to a Trial Randomization Tool that lets you create randomized arm allocation sequences for any real-world trial, using MTI Randomization (specifically, the Maximal method). You can provide data about a trial's size and arms, and download data custom-tailored for your trial.