Statistical Methods For Assessing Agreement Between Two Methods Of Clinical

Correlation coefficient new method of measuring simple calculation method clinical measurement graphic technical comparison In the clinical comparison of a new measurement technique with an established technique, it is often necessary to see if they accept enough to replace the new to replace the old one. Such studies are often subject to inappropriate analysis, including using correlation coefficients. The use of correlation is misleading. An alternative approach, based on graphic techniques and simple calculations, is described with the link between this analysis and the evaluation of repeatability. (Lancet, 1986; i: 307-310) @MISC Bl_statisticalmethods, author – “J. Martin Bl and Douglas G. Altman,” title – “STATISTICAL methods FOR THE EVALUATION OF TWO CLINICAL MESURE METHODS,” year

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