Inter-laboratory comparisons (ILC) can provide a wealth of data, provided that said data is processed effectively and not just used for a simple Z score or other. This course describes the standardised methods used to process ILC test results. It also explains how to interpret the data to extract the maximum amount of information relevant to improving measurement procedures.
Anyone responsible for processing or interpreting the results of an inter-laboratory comparison.
By the end of the course, the participant will be able to use and interpret the results of an inter-laboratory comparison and know which data to select to improve their measurement procedures.
Presentation of NF ISO 5725
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