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 There's a rather direct and rather readily understandable paper that's the standard for non-statisticians trying to asses the difference between such things as test-retest correlations, difference between means of binary splits, and agreement of two successive measurement of individuals. Completely related and very similar to the binary split cart essay of Doc and me. But no consideration of sampling without replacement, small number of observations requiring a t distribution, simulation of actual distributions of differences, or adjustments for highest of n differences. Bland statistical methods for assessing agreement. Lancet 1986.

Fabrice Rouah writes:

Another great resource in this area is the textbook by Joseph Fleiss, Statistical Methods for Rates and Proportions, now in its 3rd edition.


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