merror: Accuracy and Precision of Measurements

N>=3 methods are used to measure each of n items. The data are used to estimate simultaneously systematic error (bias) and random error (imprecision). Observed measurements for each method or device are assumed to be linear functions of the unknown true values and the errors are assumed normally distributed. Maximum likelihood estimation is used for the imprecision standard deviation estimates. Pairwise calibration curves and plots can be easily generated.

AuthorRichard A. Bilonick <rabilonick@gmail.com>
Date of publication2015-11-03 10:21:06
MaintainerRichard A. Bilonick <rabilonick@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version2.0.2

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beta.bar Man page
cb.pd Man page
cplot Man page
errors.cb Man page
errors.nb Man page
errors.ncb Man page
lrt Man page
merror.pairs Man page
mle Man page
mle.se2 Man page
ncb.od Man page
panel.merror Man page
pm2.5 Man page
precision.grubbs.cb.pd Man page
precision.grubbs.ncb.od Man page
precision.mle.ncb.od Man page
process.sd Man page
process.var.mle Man page
process.var.mle.jaech.err Man page
sigma_mle Man page

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