People and eyes: statistical approaches in ophthalmology.

@article{Murdoch1998PeopleAE,
  title={People and eyes: statistical approaches in ophthalmology.},
  author={Ian E Murdoch and Shad S. Morris and Simon Nicholas Cousens},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  year={1998},
  volume={82 8},
  pages={971-3}
}
In conclusion, when an observation by its nature involves two eyes, as for blindness, statistical analyses should be conducted on individuals rather than eyes and between eye correlation is not a problem. In other circumstances, if information on only one eye per individual is used in the analysis there is a potential "waste" of information leading to less… CONTINUE READING