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General principles and definitions.
Therefore the Index j for the level has been omitted throughout. All isoo are subject to revision, and parties to agreements based on this part of IS0 are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the standards indicated below. Intermediate measures of the precision of a standard measurement method – Part 4: The repeatability and the reproducibility standard de- viations were then computed excluding those data that were discarded.
If this is not true, the respective equations given in IS0 should be used to calculate s. It may appear that some laboratories did not use the required equipment or did not work ac- cording to the specified conditions.
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If it is proposed to undertake an experiment to estimate laboratory bias, then it should be realized that the estimate will be valid only at the time of the ex- periment. The k values figure B-7 show that laboratories Alternative methods for the determi- nation of the precision of a standard measure- ment method.
When a value for the bias of a measure- ment method is quoted, together with a test result obtained by that method, there is an implication that the same characteristic is being measured in exactly the same way.
Methodes de base isoo la determination de la justesse d’une methode de mesure normalisee. It is not applicable if the bias in the measurement of one property is affected by the level of a second property i. Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 3: However, for practical reasons, the choice of the number of laboratories is usually a compromise between the availability of re- sources and the desire to reduce the value of 6, to a satisfactory level. The linear regression equations of the repeatability and reproducibility standard deviations versus levels of concentration are: A guide to decid- ing how many is given below.
Isl the latter case, a careful examination of the working conditions of each laboratory shall be carried out before the assessment of the bias of the standard measurement method is undertaken. In the former case, the repeatability standard devi- ation of the measurement method, or, will be used for 572-54 assessment of the laboratory bias. 5725- measurements are to be carried out according to that standard method.
Basic methods for the determination of the trueness of a standard measurement method. If the 5725-44 process is non-destructive, it is poss- ible to give all the laboratories in the interlaboratory experiment the same unit of reference material, but this will extend the time-frame of the experiment. Use in practice of accuracy values. In the former case, the repeatability standard devi- ation, cr, will be used isso the assessment of the bias of the measurement method.
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Exactitude justesse et fidelite des resultats et methodes de mesure. Bias can arise, for example, in chemical analysis if the measurement method fails to extract all of an element, or if the presence of one element interferes with the determination of another. General principles and definitions. Relevant International Standards on sample division should be consulted. Basic method for the determination of repeatability and re- producibility of a standard measurement method – Part 3: There are three cases, as follows.
In some cases it will 57254- important to include, in the assessment exper- iment, a series of reference materials, each corre- sponding to a different level of the property, as the bias of the standard measurement method may be different at different levels. The laboratory bias is further considered in IS0 My account Shoping cart 0 Help. Use in practice of accuracy values.
This implies comparison between the within-laboratory standard deviation and the stated repeatability standard deviation of the standard measurement method. izo
Annex A forms an integral part of this part of IS0 Alternative methods for the determination of the precision of a standard measurement method – Part 6: First Balkan IT Conference for business platform for standardization Al- though, for some measurement methods, the true value cannot be known exactly, it may be possible to have an accepted reference value for the property being measured; for example, if suitable reference materials are available, or if the accepted reference value can be established by refer- ence to another measurement method or by preparation of a known sample.
In the former case, the repeatability standard devi- ation, gr, and the reproducibility standard deviation, gR, will be used for the assessment of the trueness of the measurement method. If the reproducibility of the measurement method is poor, then it will not be practical to achieve a high degree of certainty in the estimate of the bias.
Trueness is normally expressed in terms of bias. Intermediate measures of the precision of a standard measurement method.
Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results. Prior to conducting the as- sessment of trueness, a check of the precision of the standard measurement method as applied by the lab- oratory shall be performed.
The results of this computation are summarized in table B. Basic method for the determination of repeatability and re- producibility of a standard measurement method. Accuracy trueness and precision of measurement methods and results — Part 4: In chemical anal- ysis, problems may arise from, for example, insufficient control of temperature, moisture, pres- ence of contaminants, etc. If the repeatability standard deviation of the standard measurement method has not been previously deter- mined in accordance with IS0s, will be con- sidered to be the best estimate of it.
The purpose of the two-bottle system was to confirm the absence of the between-bottle variation. Equations 8 to 10 as- sume an io number n of test results in each laboratory.