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Mc·Ne·mar test

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

(mik'nĕ-mahr test)
A form of chi-square (Χ2) test for matched paired data.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Chi-square test was used to evaluate the qualitative variables, and McNemar's test was used for comparing the results of different levels of TSH in several times.
For our analyses related to the hypotheses, we performed a 1:1 matched pairs analysis using the mcc command for McNemar's test. (36) These analyses focused on "discordant" pairs where auditors giving a Black cue received a different response than control auditors.
McNemar's test for symmetry was not significant (p=0.285), which suggests that the rates of positivity between the two tests (25% v.
Paired t-tests were used to evaluate numerical data, and McNemar's test was employed to evaluate classification data.
McNemar's test was used to compare nominal variables between two dependent groups.
The clinico-histological and histological-immunological concordance was tested using McNemar's test of significance.
Categorical variables were compared using McNemar's test, Fisher's exact test, or a chi-square test.
The shift in intention between stage 1 and stage 3 was then measured using McNemar's test and following hypotheses were formulated:
In terms of accuracy, groups A and B showed a statistically significant difference (P < 0 05), as revealed using McNemar's test. Group A was better than group B.
Cohen's kappa coefficients were calculated to estimate the agreement among the results of the CTD screen and the other three autoantibody assays, and McNemar's test was also conducted.