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Validity of linear regression in method comparison studies: is it limited by the statistical model or the quality of the analytical input data?

(1998) CLINICAL CHEMISTRY. 44(11). p.2340-2346
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Stöckl, Dietmar, Katy Dewitte, and Linda Thienpont. 1998. “Validity of Linear Regression in Method Comparison Studies: Is It Limited by the Statistical Model or the Quality of the Analytical Input Data?” Clinical Chemistry 44 (11): 2340–2346.
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Stöckl, D., Dewitte, K., & Thienpont, L. (1998). Validity of linear regression in method comparison studies: is it limited by the statistical model or the quality of the analytical input data? CLINICAL CHEMISTRY, 44(11), 2340–2346.
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Stöckl D, Dewitte K, Thienpont L. Validity of linear regression in method comparison studies: is it limited by the statistical model or the quality of the analytical input data? CLINICAL CHEMISTRY. 1998;44(11):2340–6.
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Stöckl, Dietmar, Katy Dewitte, and Linda Thienpont. “Validity of Linear Regression in Method Comparison Studies: Is It Limited by the Statistical Model or the Quality of the Analytical Input Data?” CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 44.11 (1998): 2340–2346. Print.
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  journal      = {CLINICAL CHEMISTRY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {11},
  pages        = {2340--2346},
  title        = {Validity of linear regression in method comparison studies: is it limited by the statistical model or the quality of the analytical input data?},
  volume       = {44},
  year         = {1998},
}

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