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Abstract

The behavior of the Wald-z, Wald-c, Quesenberry-Hurst, Wald-m and Agresti-Min methods was investigated for matched proportions confidence intervals. It was concluded that given the widespread use of the repeated-measure design, pretest-posttest design, matched-pairs design, and cross-over design, the textbook Wald-z method should be abandoned in favor of the Agresti-Min alternative.

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