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Bland JM and Altman DG: Statistical methods for assessing agreement between 2 methods of clinical measurement, Lancet 1986; i: 307-310, which is the most highly cited paper ever in The Lancet, the 3rd mostly highly cited statistical paper, and the 29th mostly highly paper ever, reached 25,031 citations on the Web of Science on 23rd April 2015.
A new open access paper has been published:
Bland M. Estimating Mean and Standard Deviation from the Sample Size, Three Quartiles, Minimum, and Maximum. International Journal of Statistics in Medical Research, 2015: 4: 57-64.
Bland JM and Altman DG: Statistical methods for assessing agreement between 2 methods of clinical measurement, Lancet 1986; i: 307-310, which is the most highly cited paper ever in The Lancet, has also been named as the 29th mostly highly paper ever: The top 100 papers: Nature explores the most-cited research of all time by Richard Van Noorden, Brendan Maher & Regina Nuzzo. I have updated the account of the citation history, to celebrate.
My presentation for the world conference of the International Biometric Society, Limits of Agreement: Birth of a Simple Idea, is available as a pdf file.
I am always known as "Martin Bland", never "John Bland". I am Professor of Health Statistics in the Department of Health Sciences, University of York.
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