How do you go about combining data from replicated experiments? Should you just combine everything into one big set of data and then analyze it, or do you analyze the data from each experiment, and then combine the analyzed data into one set of finalized data? I'm not too sure on what to do, and have been googling for some answers, but there seems to be no clear consensus I can find. Basically all I did was run an experiment where I tested X compound at only 1 concentration for CYP activity by measuring fluorescence. Each experiment I ran I had triplicates. I ran the experiment 3 times. So do I combine the 9 results or analyze the triplicates individually and somehow combine them? I've never had a stats class so am struggling a bit with biostats/data analysis.