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ISO 8466-1

Water Quality - Calibration and Evaluation of Analytical Methods and Estimation of Performance Characteristics Part 1: Statistical Evaluation of the Linear Calibration Function

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 January 1990
Status: active
Page Count: 11
ICS Code (Water quality in general): 13.060.01
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This part of ISO 8466 describes the steps to be taken in evaluating the statistical characteristics of the linear calibration function. It is applicable to methods requiring a calibration. Further parts of this International Standard will cover the determination of limit of detection and limit of determination, the effect of interferences and other performance characteristics.

It is intended especially for the evaluation of the pure analytical method and for the calculation of performance characteristics of the calibration function.

In order to derive comparable analytical results and as a basis for analytical quality control the calibration and evaluation of analytical methods have to be performed uniformly.

Document History

October 28, 2020
Water quality — Calibration and evaluation of analytical methods — Part 1: Linear calibration function
This document specifies various calibration strategies for physicochemical and chemical analytical methods and specifies the calculation of analytical results. It defines the general context for...
ISO 8466-1
January 1, 1990
Water Quality - Calibration and Evaluation of Analytical Methods and Estimation of Performance Characteristics Part 1: Statistical Evaluation of the Linear Calibration Function
This part of ISO 8466 describes the steps to be taken in evaluating the statistical characteristics of the linear calibration function. It is applicable to methods requiring a calibration. Further...

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