CLSI EP7 3rd Edition

May 24, 2018

I have critiqued how results are presented in the previous version of EP7, where an example is given that if an interference is found to be less than 10% (also implied as less than whatever goal is chosen), the substance can be said not to interfere.

This is in Section 9 of the 2nd Edition. I am curious if this problem is in the 3rd edition but not curious enough to buy the standard.