Cox, N. J. (2006) 'Assessing agreement of measurements and predictions in geomorphology.', Geomorphology., 76 (3-4). pp. 332-346.
Commonly in geomorphology measurements by different methods are compared to see how far they agree (i.e. are equal), as are predictions from models and corresponding observations. Such assessment usually employs scatter plots, correlation and possibly regression. More appropriate and more effective methods include plotting differences versus means and summary by concordance correlation and other measures of agreement. These methods, some new to geomorphology, are explained and discussed with a variety of examples using fluvial, hillslope, glacial and coastal data.
|Keywords:||Measurements, Predictions, Concordance correlation, Graphical methods, Modelling.|
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|Publisher Web site:||http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2005.12.001|
|Record Created:||07 Nov 2006|
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