Agreement among at least two evaluators is an issue of prime importance to statisticians, clinicians, epidemiologists, psychologists, and many other scientists. Measuring interobserver agreement is a method used to evaluate inconsistencies in findings from different evaluators who collect the same...
Published January 3rd 2011 by CRC Press
Measures of Interobserver Agreement and Reliability, Second Edition covers important issues related to the design and analysis of reliability and agreement studies. It examines factors affecting the degree of measurement errors in reliability generalization studies and characteristics influencing...
Published December 14th 2010 by CRC Press
Previously known as Statistical Methods for Health Sciences, this bestselling resource is one of the first books to discuss the methodologies used for the analysis of clustered and correlated data. While the fundamental objectives of its predecessors remain the same, Analysis of Correlated Data...
Published May 17th 2007 by Chapman and Hall/CRC
Building upon material presented in the first edition, Statistical Methods for Health Sciences, Second Edition continues to address the analytical issues related to the modeling and analysis of cluster data, both physical clustering-sampling of communities, families, or herds-and overtime...
Published December 16th 1998 by CRC Press