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A concordance correlation coefficient to evaluate reproducibility.
  • L. Lin
  • Mathematics, Psychology
  • Biometrics
  • 1 March 1989
A new reproducibility index is developed and studied. This index is the correlation between the two readings that fall on the 45 degree line through the origin. It is simple to use and possessesExpand
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  • Open Access
An Overview on Assessing Agreement with Continuous Measurements
Reliable and accurate measurements serve as the basis for evaluation in many scientific disciplines. Issues related to reliable and accurate measurement have evolved over many decades, dating back toExpand
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  • Open Access
Assay Validation Using the Concordance Correlation Coefficient
A new reproducibility index, called the concordance correlation coefficient, has been proposed (Lin, 1989, Biometrics 45, 255-268) to evaluate the reproducibility of an assay, method, or instrument.Expand
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Total deviation index for measuring individual agreement with applications in laboratory performance and bioequivalence.
  • L. Lin
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Statistics in medicine
  • 30 January 2000
In areas of inter-laboratory quality control, method comparisons, assay validation and individual bioequivalence, etc., the agreement between observations and target (reference) values is ofExpand
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Overview of Agreement Statistics for Medical Devices
  • L. Lin
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Journal of biopharmaceutical statistics
  • 10 December 2007
This paper is an overview that summarizes recently developed tools in assessing agreement for methods comparison and instrument/assay validation in medical devices. This paper emphasizes concept,Expand
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Coefficient of accuracy and concordance correlation coefficient: new statistics for methods comparison.
  • L. Lin, L. Torbeck
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • PDA journal of pharmaceutical science and…
  • 1 March 1998
A new statistic, the Coefficient of Accuracy, C(a), has been developed by Lin for methods comparison. When an old measurement method is compared to a new measurement method or if the same method isExpand
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Comparison of regenerated and non-regenerated oxidized cellulose hemostatic agents
SummaryBackgroundOxidized cellulose is a well known and widely used surgical hemostat. It is available in many forms, but manufactured using either a nonregenerated or regeneratedExpand
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Comparison of Two Gelatin and Thrombin Combination Hemostats in a Porcine Liver Abrasion Model
ABSTRACT Background: Surgical hemostasis is achieved using adjunctive hemostats when conventional methods fail. Objective: This study compares the effectiveness of two adjunctive gelatin-thrombinExpand
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Importance of ultrasonication conditions in recovery of microbial contamination from material surfaces
The conditions of ultrasonication to recover micro-organisms from material surfaces are not standardized and often not validated. This leads to discrepancies in experimental results which can affectExpand
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