McNemar test

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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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Enumeration data were described as positive rate, and the McNemar's test was used to estimate the difference between the rates, with p<0.
Although the plan was to use McNemar's test on the paired data and chi-square analysis on the non-paired data, the sample size was not large enough to perform McNemar's test.
For interview questions that were asked for only one person in a unit and that could be answered either yes or no, McNemar's test was used to test the hypothesis that the percentage of people answering yes changed.
We used McNemar's test to examine whether the proportion of students reporting binge drinking and marijuana use at follow-up was significantly less than at baseline.
c) P values were derived from paired t-test for continuous variables and McNemar's test for categorical variables.
If there is a pairing between samples across groups, a McNemar's test can be used.
McNemar's test was used to compare the response of the shrimp with the distance sex pheromones and with the control.
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).
McNemar's test was applied and Kappa agreement coefficient was calculated for agreement between various methods.