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Mc·Ne·mar test

(mak'ne-mahr),
a form of chi-square test for matched paired data.

Mc·Ne·mar test

(mik'nĕ-mahr test)
A form of chi-square (Χ2) test for matched paired data.
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Moreover, the use of McNemar's test appeared to be simple, but gave statistically valid results.
The [kappa] statistic provides a measure of the degree of association between two categorical variables, and McNemar's test is used to compare two proportions from dependent or matched samples (Rosner 2006).
The significance of differences in frequencies obtained with each pair of tests was studied using McNemar's test.
Comparisons within a group between proportion of households with cockroaches at baseline and the proportion with cockroaches at 6-month follow-up were done using McNemar's test.
This bias was tested statistically with McNemar's test of symmetry [18], and was found to be significant only for the 'bladder' item (Table II).
McNemar's test with Bonferroni's adjustment for multiple comparisons was used for comparisons between the immunoassay test performance data.
We conducted a McNemar's test on each crosstabulation to verify that the two approaches for collecting the health benefit offering information provided comparable results.
Agreement between cardiac troponin results in the present substudy was evaluated both as a continuous variable using a Spearman rank test and a Deming regression analysis (24), as well as a dichotomous variable utilizing a is statistic or McNemar's test for paired data.
Comparisons between the enzyme immunoassay test kit results on the same subjects were performed using McNemar's test with a Yates' continuity correction.
Smoking prevalence showed little change among those surveyed twice, decreasing from 31% to 28% McNemar's test, z = 1, P = .
The shift in intention between stage 1 and stage 3 was then measured using McNemar's test and following hypotheses were formulated: