Table 1. Values of V̇O2θ for 10 subjects (S1-S10) as determined by two experienced interpreters (E1, E2), four novice interpreters (N1 N4), and an automated metabolic measurement system (MC).Values are means (±SD) in ml.
Subjects E1 (a) E2 (b) N1 (c) N2 (d) N3 (e) N4 (f) MC (g)
S1 1550(98) 1547(57) 2253(590) 1740(151) 1520(61) 1933(153) 1665(159)
S2 2217(250) 2258(311) 2823(91) 2593(74) 1793(397) 2440(373) 2279(105)
S3 2440(233) 2488(201) 2857(423) 2400(40) 1763(336) 220(132) 1828(345)
S4 1813(297) 1715(332) 2570(157) 2493(290) 1317(215) 1970(281) 2038(38)
S5 1390(69) 1460(46) 2070(60) 1773(306) 1117(99) 1660(331) 1338(195)
S6 1873(410) 1871(431) 2630(226) 2130(279) 1413(289) 1967(162) 1789(199)
S7 2053(223) 2100(256) 2987(310) 2823(222) 2033(320) 2700(350) 2773(138)
S8 2170(384) 2239(316) 2960(306) 2320(72) 1877(361) 1873(329) 1787(171)
S9 1877(261) 1890(282) 2527(254) 2113(390) 1293(250) 1817(325) 1791(369)
S10 1687(318) 1717(320) 2030(884) 1920(442) 1303(215) 1767(347) 1664(344)
Mean 1907(254)* d,e; #c 1928(255)e; #c 2571(330)*e; #e,f,g 2230(227)*g; #e 1543(254)*g; #f 2032(278)#c,e 1895(206)*e; #c
Superscripts letters denote significantly (* p < 0.05; † p < 0.01; # p < 0.001) differences between the columns. Values for each subject represent means (SD) from triplicate trials. Overall means ± (SD) are shown in last row and represent averages and variability between subjects.