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The Bland-Altman range of agreement: Exact interval procedure and sample size determination.

The Bland-Altman analysis has been widely used to assess the agreement between two quantitative methods of measurement. The range of agreement is thus represented by the designated central proportion of the distribution of the paired differences. This article aims to provide concrete guidance on the use of accurate confidence intervals of the range of agreement. Theoretical examination and numerical comparison are conducted to support the exact approach and to demonstrate the disadvantages of the currently ...


Changes in perceived scientific consensus shift beliefs about climate change and GM food safety.

Despite an overwhelming scientific consensus, a sizable minority of people doubt that human activity is causing climate change. Communicating the existence of a scientific consensus has been suggested as a way to correct individuals' misperceptions about human-caused climate change and other scientific issues, though empirical support is mixed. We report an experiment in which psychology students were presented with consensus information about two issues, and subsequently reported their perception of the le...

Agreement between mothers', fathers', and teachers' ratings of behavioural and emotional problems in 3-5-year-old children.

The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ), a valid and reliable instrument for measuring children's mental health, is available in parent- and teacher versions, making it an ideal tool for assessing behavioural and emotional problems in young children. However, few studies have evaluated inter-parent agreement on the SDQ, and in most studies on SDQ agreement, parent scores are either provided by only one parent or have been combined into one parent score. Furthermore, studies on SDQ inter-rater agr...


Enhancing noise-induced switching times in systems with distributed delays.

The paper addresses the problem of calculating the noise-induced switching rates in systems with delay-distributed kernels and Gaussian noise. A general variational formulation for the switching rate is derived for any distribution kernel, and the obtained equations of motion and boundary conditions represent the most probable, or optimal, path, which maximizes the probability of escape. Explicit analytical results for the switching rates for small mean time delays are obtained for the uniform and bi-modal ...

Do the peak and mean force methods of assessing vertical jump force asymmetry agree?

The aim of this study was to assess agreement between peak and mean force methods of quantifying force asymmetry during the countermovement jump (CMJ). Forty-five men performed four CMJ with each foot on one of two force plates recording at 1,000 Hz. Peak and mean were obtained from both sides during the braking and propulsion phases. The dominant side was obtained for the braking and propulsion phase as the side with the largest peak or mean force and agreement was assessed using percentage agreement and ...

Inter-laboratory study of the skin distribution of 4-n-butyl resorcinol in ex vivo pig and human skin.

4-n-butyl resorcinol (4-nBR) is a highly effective tyrosinase inhibitor, and can be used in cosmetic product for depigmentation purpose. Its efficacy correlates with 4-nBR that absorbed by skin. In this study, skin distribution of 4-nBR within either human or pig skin ex vivo was studied and compared by three independent laboratories. Good agreement was observed in each compartment considering usual inter-lab variability. This study supports the use of pig skin as an alternative source of skin when the avai...

Hepatic selective internal radiation therapy: how well does pretreatment 99mTc-macroaggregated albumin activity distribution and quantification agree with post-therapy bremsstrahlung imaging?

The aim of this study was to examine the agreement of pretreatment Tc-macroaggregated albumin imaging performed for selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) workup with Y percentage lung shunt (PLS) and regional hepatic distribution in subsequent post-therapy bremsstrahlung imaging.

A power law distribution of metabolite abundance levels in mice regardless of the time and spatial scale of analysis.

Biomolecule abundance levels change with the environment and enable a living system to adapt to the new conditions. Although, the living system maintains at least some characteristics, e.g. homeostasis. One of the characteristics maintained by a living system is a power law distribution of biomolecule abundance levels. Previous studies have pointed to a universal characteristic of biochemical reaction networks, with data obtained from lysates of multiple cells. As a result, the spatial scale of the data rel...

X-ray Fluorescence Nanotomography of Single Bacteria with a Sub-15 nm Beam.

X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) microscopy is a growing approach for imaging the trace element concentration, distribution, and speciation in biological cells at the nanoscale. Moreover, three-dimensional nanotomography provides the added advantage of imaging subcellular structure and chemical identity in three dimensions without the need for staining or sectioning of cells. To date, technical challenges in X-ray optics, sample preparation, and detection sensitivity have limited the use of XRF nanotomography in th...

Aeroallergens in Canada: Distribution, Public Health Impacts, and Opportunities for Prevention.

Aeroallergens occur naturally in the environment and are widely dispersed across Canada, yet their public health implications are not well-understood. This review intends to provide a scientific and public health-oriented perspective on aeroallergens in Canada: their distribution, health impacts, and new developments including the effects of climate change and the potential role of aeroallergens in the development of allergies and asthma. The review also describes anthropogenic effects on plant distribution...

Business Leadership in Global Climate Change Responses.

In the 2015 Paris Climate Change Agreement, 195 countries committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in recognition of the scientific consensus on the consequences of climate change, including substantial public health burdens. In June 2017, however, US president Donald Trump announced that the United States would not implement the Paris Agreement. We highlight the business community's backing for climate change action in the United States. Just as the US federal government is backing away from its Pari...

Scientific dissemination in the field of public health. The experience of The National Health Institute.

Traditionally, research institutions have focused their efforts on generating scientific knowledge and disseminating it through traditional mechanisms such as scientific publications. Recently, several Latin American countries, through entities dedicated to the promotion of Science, Technology, and Innovation, are promoting the development of scientific culture in the general population, through various strategies of dissemination, popularization, or scientific appropriation. The National Institute of Healt...

Standardization of red flags for referral to rheumatologists and ophthalmologists in patients with rheumatic diseases and ocular involvement: a consensus statement.

Ocular involvement is a common manifestation of inflammatory rheumatic diseases, often requiring a multidisciplinary collaboration between rheumatologists and ophthalmologists. The aim of this study was to standardize "red flags" for referral for rheumatologists and ophthalmologists using a Delphi consensus for the management of rheumatic diseases with ocular involvement. The scientific board comprised 11 Italian hospital-based rheumatologists (N = 6) and ophthalmologists (N = 5). A systematic revie...

A Novel Approach to Describing Traditional Chinese Medical Patterns: The "Traditional Chinese Medical Diagnostic Descriptor".

In the first of a series of three articles by the present authors, diagnostic agreement between Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners was found to be low. This was the first time that TCM diagnoses had been evaluated with an open population of patients and this result is a cause of concern. In the second article, incorrect statistics were shown to have often been used to calculate chance-removed inter-rater agreement, and appropriate statistics such as Gwet's Agreement Coefficient 2 (AC2) was rec...

Agreement between CDC/NHSN surveillance definitions and ECDC criteria in diagnosis of healthcare-associated infections in Serbian trauma patients.

After three national point prevalence studies (PPS) of healthcare associated infections (HAI) conducted in Serbian acute care hospitals using US (CDC/NHSN) surveillance definitions, Serbia is about to switch to European (ECDC) criteria for the purpose of the fourth HAI PPS. The aim of this study was to compare the US and the European HAI definitions in Serbian trauma intensive care unit (ICU). Prospective surveillance was performed at two surgical-trauma ICUs of the Emergency department of Clinical Center o...

International Comparison of Abdominal Fat Distribution Among Four Populations: The ERA-JUMP Study.

Abdominal fat distribution varies across groups with different races or environments. Whether environmental factors, apart from racial differences, affect abdominal fat distribution is unknown.

Entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship and scientific mobility: The Spanish case.

Scientific mobility can stimulate entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship, acting as a catalyst for reducing imbalances between local and global science and the resulting socio-economic damage. This study evaluates both whether scientific mobility effectively promotes these concepts and the fundamental reasons to articulate effective policies for scientific mobility. Toward this end, a survey has been prepared following the methodology of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) and current scientific literature...

Scientific production of the Brazilian Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) researchers in the field of Oral Medicine and Oral Pathology granted with a scientific productivity fellowship.

The Dat Project, an open and decentralized research data tool.

Today's scientific data are primarily stored and accessed via centralized Web-based infrastructure. Centralization has advantages but also carries risks such as link rot and content drift, which can hinder scientific progress. It is time to ask whether traditional, centralized Web architecture aligns with scholarly priorities and values, and to collaboratively move towards new approaches that do.

Divergent global-scale temperature effects from identical aerosols emitted in different regions.

The distribution of anthropogenic aerosols' climate effects depends on the geographic distribution of the aerosols themselves. Yet many scientific and policy discussions ignore the role of emission location when evaluating aerosols' climate impacts. Here, we present new climate model results demonstrating divergent climate responses to a fixed amount and composition of aerosol-emulating China's present-day emissions-emitted from 8 key geopolitical regions. The aerosols' global-mean cooling effect is fourtee...

Assessment and estimation of Zn production yield via neutron induced reaction on ZnO and ZnONPs.

Zinc-65 has been of great interest in medical, biomedical, agricultural, and industrial applications due to its suitable half-life and decay properties. The Zn was produced via neutron irradiation on natural zinc oxide and natural zinc oxide nanoparticles targets in Tehran Research Reactor (TRR) at a thermal neutron flux of 4.5 × 10 n cm s for 30 min. The excitation function of Zn(n,γ)Zn reaction was calculated via the TALYS-1.8 code. The MCNPX code was used to calculate the thermal neutron distri...

CoDDA: A Flexible Copula-based Distribution Driven Analysis Framework for Large-Scale Multivariate Data.

CoDDA (Copula-based Distribution Driven Analysis) is a flexible framework for large-scale multivariate datasets. A common strategy to deal with large-scale scientific simulation data is to partition the simulation domain and create statistical data summaries. Instead of storing the high-resolution raw data from the simulation, storing the compact statistical data summaries results in reduced storage overhead and alleviated I/O bottleneck. Such summaries, often represented in the form of statistical probabil...

Therapist-client agreement about their working alliance: Associations with attachment styles.

Recent research on attachment in therapy indicates that therapist attachment style is related to therapists' agreement with their clients on the quality of their working alliance (WA; Kivlighan & Marmarosh, 2016). This study builds on these findings by examining how both the therapist's and the client's attachment style may be related to their agreement on the WA. The authors expected that less anxious and less avoidant clients working with less anxious and less avoidant therapists would have higher WA agre...

Random Matrix Analysis for Gene Interaction Networks in Cancer Cells.

Investigations of topological uniqueness of gene interaction networks in cancer cells are essential for understanding the disease. Although cancer is considered to originate from the topological alteration of a huge molecular interaction network in cellular systems, the theoretical study to investigate such complex networks is still insufficient. It is necessary to predict the behavior of a huge complex interaction network from the behavior of a finite size network. Based on the random matrix theory, we stu...

Population genetic signatures of a climate change driven marine range extension.

Shifts in species distribution, or 'range shifts', are one of the most commonly documented responses to ocean warming, with important consequences for the function and structure of ecosystems, and for socio-economic activities. Understanding the genetic signatures of range shifts can help build our knowledge of the capacity of species to establish and persist in colonised areas. Here, seven microsatellite loci were used to examine the population connectivity, genetic structure and diversity of Octopus tetri...


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