# Statistical methods for assessing agreement between two methods of clinical measurement.

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...Such a plot is called a Bland-Altman plot [36] or a Tukey mean-difference plot [10]....

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...Another adequate parameter of agreement is described by Bland and Altman [34]....

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...[34] Bland JM, Altman DG. Statistical methods for assessing agreement between two methods of clinical measurement....

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...[35] Altman DG. Practical statistics for medical research....

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...In both cases, we consider a sample size of at least 50 patients adequate for the assessment of the agreement parameter, based on a general guideline by Altman [35]....

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### "Statistical methods for assessing a..." refers background in this paper

...However, this high correlation does not mean that the two methods agree: (1) r measures the strength of a relation between two variables, not the agreement between them....

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### "Statistical methods for assessing a..." refers methods in this paper

...discussed method comparison studies in an article in the British Medical Journal and emphasized the importance of looking at between-method differences, rather than correlation.(4)...

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