interobserver error

in·ter·ob·serv·er er·ror

the differences between interpretations of two or more individuals making observations of the same phenomenon.

in·ter·ob·serv·er error

(in'tĕr-ŏb-zĕr'vĕr er'ŏr)
The differences in interpretation by two or more people making observations of the same phenomenon.
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The accuracy of estimating size by standard otoscopy is limited not only by interobserver errors but by the fact that most perforations are not uniformly round.