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measurement-in-physicalMistakes in measuring error? Do such things get acknowledged? The Retraction Watch blog reports:

A paper published in Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science has been retracted for statistical and typographical mistakes.

Here’s the notice for “Comparing Measurement Error Between Two Different Methods of Measurement of Various Magnitudes”:

Due to errors, the statistical analyses of the manuscript titled “Comparing Measurement Error Between Two Different Methods of Measurement of Various Magnitudes” by Gerald S. Zavorsky (volume 14, issue 4, pages 265–274) are incorrect. For this reason, the aforementioned published article is officially retracted from this journal. Readers who are interested in a corrected version of the manuscript can contact the author directly (e-mail: zavorsky@marywood.edu).
The retracted article will remain online to maintain the scholarly record, but it will be digitally watermarked on each page as RETRACTED.