number of sample sizes to give this desired coverage of 85 percent as the limiting quality. If that were to change, then it would be different coefficients.
DR. VENITZ: So I think what you're saying then, if you assume that you want to maintain the 85 percent coverage, 75 to 125, then the only other piece of information that you need is a sample size and then you can calculate the k and the f?
DR. OLSSON: Well, we already have done that. So they are already in the public arena.
DR. VENITZ: Right. But they would be then part of some guidance if this ultimately evolves into a guidance?
DR. OLSSON: I would believe so, yes.
DR. KIBBE: Gary?
DR. HOLLENBECK: First, I'd like to thank everyone for their presentation. That was very informative. I think we talk about science-based regulatory policy. If you ever wanted to point to an example, I think this is a very powerful one.
I'll also ask a couple of stupid questions, I think, here.