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Ensuring the precision and accuracy of measurements is critical when collecting anthropometric data. Anthropometrists are usually tested for precision and accuracy of measurement through standardisation tests performed prior to anthropometric data collection. This package provides functions to calculate inter- and intra-observer technical error of measurement (TEM) to assess precision of measurements.

What does anthrocheckr do?


anthrocheckr is not yet on CRAN but can be installed from the nutriverse R universe as follows:

  repos = c('', '')



If you find the anthrocheckr package useful please cite using the suggested citation provided by a call to the citation() function as follows:

#> To cite anthrocheckr in publications use:
#>   Ernest Guevarra (2024). _anthrocheckr: An Implementation of
#>   Anthropometric Measurement Standardisation Tests_. R package version
#>   0.0.9000, <>.
#> A BibTeX entry for LaTeX users is
#>   @Manual{,
#>     title = {anthrocheckr: An Implementation of Anthropometric Measurement Standardisation Tests},
#>     author = {{Ernest Guevarra}},
#>     year = {2024},
#>     note = {R package version 0.0.9000},
#>     url = {},
#>   }

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