Watch particularly at 4-6 minutes of this video where Mattias Egger sets out the differences between the two. The whole video is worth a watch if you are embarking on either!
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See more at: https://www.roses-reporting.com/
You can use their online tool to fill out the workflow as you go in terms of the protocol: https://estech.shinyapps.io/roses_flowchart/
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