Intercomparison of Laboratory Test Methods

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  (1961, ASQC)   National Bureau of Standards

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 17    No. 8
QICID: 4503    February 1961    pp. 17-18
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Article Abstract

The National Bureau of Standards has developed a mathematical model for statistical analysis of factors involved in variability of interlaboratory test results. The method is used to distinguish between random and systematic laboratory differences that cannot be represented by constant biases.

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