Intraclass Correlations - How to use them for reliability and why there are so many of them (Seminar 14 June)

Posted 5 June 2018

Before a measure can be used for research or application purposes, the measure itself must be shown to be replicable across measurements.  Intraclass correlations (ICC) are one way to assess reliability.  This seminar will discuss the calculation of ICCs, how to report the results and show why there are so many different versions.

The talk will be about 30 minutes long and will be followed by (free!) afternoon tea and time for discussion.  Please register by Thursday, 14th June, 10.00 am, so we can cater properly for afternoon tea!
Speaker: Nancy Briggs, Stats Central, UNSW
Date and Time:  Thursday, 14th June, 2018 - 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Location:  Central Lecture Block, Theatre 3
Important! Please register here (for catering purposes).