A normalized error compares a lab’s measurement result and its associated uncertainty with a reference value and uncertainty to determine if they are in agreement. If the absolute value of En is greater than one, the two measurements are not in agreement. For more information on calculation of En, see ISO/IEC 17043:2010 Conformity Assessment-General Requirements for Proficiency Testing.
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