Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 12:43:36 +0800
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From: Peggo Lam <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Problems with intra-class correlation
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A low (or even negative) ICC value may also due to lack of variability among the subjects. Personally I will compute the 95% limits of agreement which represents how far a difference between any two repeated measurements from a single subject can be.
If you need further reference, the paper by White and van den Broek (2004) contrasted a number of methods for assessing reliability.
White, S.A., and van den Broek, N.R. (2004). Methods for assessing reliability and validity for a measurement tool: a case study and critique using the WHO haemoglobin colour scale. Stat Med, 23, 1603-19.