Cross-validation (analytical chemistry)
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Cross-validation is an approach by which the sets of scientific data generated using two or more methods are critically assessed. The cross-validation can be categorized as
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- Food and Drug Administration (May 2001). "Guidance for Industry: Bioanalytical Method Validation" (PDF). Retrieved 13 June 2009.