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Elisa97
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi everyone,

 

I have 21 subjects and 4 observations per subject.

 

Do you know how can I do a single Bland-Altman plot ? I don't how to calculate the mean and the limits of agreement.

 

Thank you.

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Quentin
Super User

Easiest way to start researching would be to go to www.lexjansen.com which is an index of SAS user group papers, and search for Bland-Altman plot.  You'll find papers like: https://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings18/1815-2018.pdf  .

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Quentin
Super User

Easiest way to start researching would be to go to www.lexjansen.com which is an index of SAS user group papers, and search for Bland-Altman plot.  You'll find papers like: https://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings18/1815-2018.pdf  .

BASUG is hosting free webinars ! Next up: Art Carpenter on February 28 at noon ET. Register now at the Boston Area SAS Users Group event page: https://www.basug.org/events.
Elisa97
Fluorite | Level 6
Thank you very much! Have a nice day!
sbxkoenk
SAS Super FREQ

Plot Layering for Bland-Altman Graph
By Sanjay Matange on Graphically Speaking January 3, 2014
https://blogs.sas.com/content/graphicallyspeaking/2014/01/03/plot-layering-for-bland-altman-graph/

 

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