How to calculate With­in-sub­ject vari­abi­lity in a replicated BE [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Brus – Spain, 2022-12-25 10:21 (42 d 18:41 ago) – Posting: # 23410
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Hi to everybody,

I have calculated the ISCV% from a replicated BE with the estimated s2wr. For this, I have calculated the standar deviation of the two observations (BE replicated) of each subject, then I have calculated the mean of all SD, and with that mean of SD I have calculated the ISCV% according to the below formula:

CV%= 100*square root(e^s2wr-1)

Can anyone confirm that it is correct?

Thank you so much,

Best regards,

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