Statistical Methods For Assessing Agreement Between Two Methods Of Clinical Measurement

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In clinical measurement, it is often necessary to compare a new measurement technique with an established technique to see if they match enough for the new one to replace the old one. Such studies are often analysed inappropriately, including using correlation coefficients. The use of correlation is misleading. An alternative approach, based on graphical techniques and simple calculations, is described together with the link between this analysis and the assessment of repeatability. (Lancet, 1986; i: 307-310) @MISC{Bl_statisticalmethods, author = {J. Martin Bl and Douglas G. Altman}, title = {STATISTICAL METHODS FOR ASSESSING AGREEMENT BETWEEN TWO METHODS OF CLINICAL MEASUREMENT}, year = {corr}lation de nouvelles measurement technique approach simple calculative calculative measurement comparison graphical technique. . . .