The 3 references with contexts in paper Christopher F. Baum, Richard Sperling () “Tests for stationarity of a time series: update” / RePEc:tsj:stbull:y:2001:v:10:i:58:sts15.1

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Cantor, A. B. 1996. Sample size calculations for Cohen’s k.Psychological Methods1: 150–153.
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    Yet, if this issue is to be addressed properly, calculating sample sizes in the planning stage of an investigation becomes mandatory. Although some proposals for calculating sample size are available in the literature
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    Donner and Eliasziw 1992, Cantor 1996, Walter et al. 1998; Shrout and Newman 1989), to our knowledge there has only been a limited implementation in one sample size oriented package (Statistical Solutions 1999) and none in any of the major commercial statistical software packages, Stata included.

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    Yet, if this issue is to be addressed properly, calculating sample sizes in the planning stage of an investigation becomes mandatory. Although some proposals for calculating sample size are available in the literature (Linnet 1987, Donner and Eliasziw 1992,
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    ter et al. 1998; Shrout and Newman 1989), to our knowledge there has only been a limited implementation in one sample size oriented package (Statistical Solutions 1999) and none in any of the major commercial statistical software packages, Stata included.

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    a precision oriented perspective, that is, choosing a sample size so that the standard error of the estimate and the resulting limits for a confidence interval do not exceed specified values. The program is based on the asymptotic variance presented by Fleiss, et al. (1969) (see also Fleiss 1981, equations 13.15–13.18) and follows the procedure outlined by
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    This procedure is based on a quantity Q=(1--e)-1 nX i -0[(1--e)-(-:i+-i:)(1--0)]2 +(1--0)2 X i6=j -ij(-:j+-2j:)-(-0-e-2-e+-0)2 o where, given a2-2table,-e=-1:-:1+-2:-:2and-o=-11+-22.SinceQequals the variance of kappa times the sample size, the latter can be solved out and calculated.

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Fleiss, J. L., 1981.Statistical Methods for Rates and Proportions. 2d ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
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    evaluating a binary event.sskdlgis geared towards calculating a sample size from a precision oriented perspective, that is, choosing a sample size so that the standard error of the estimate and the resulting limits for a confidence interval do not exceed specified values. The program is based on the asymptotic variance presented by Fleiss, et al. (1969) (see also
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    equations 13.15–13.18) and follows the procedure outlined by Cantor (1996). This procedure is based on a quantity Q=(1--e)-1 nX i -0[(1--e)-(-:i+-i:)(1--0)]2 +(1--0)2 X i6=j -ij(-:j+-2j:)-(-0-e-2-e+-0)2 o where, given a2-2table,-e=-1:-:1+-2:-:2and-o=-11+-22.

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Linnet, K. 1987. Comparison of quantitative diagnostic tests: type I error, power, and sample size.Statistics in Medicine6: 147–158.
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    Yet, if this issue is to be addressed properly, calculating sample sizes in the planning stage of an investigation becomes mandatory. Although some proposals for calculating sample size are available in the literature
    Exact
    (Linnet 1987, Donner and Eliasziw 1992, Cantor 1996, W
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    Donner and Eliasziw 1992, Cantor 1996, Walter et al. 1998; Shrout and Newman 1989), to our knowledge there has only been a limited implementation in one sample size oriented package (Statistical Solutions 1999) and none in any of the major commercial statistical software packages, Stata included.