Aahhhh, so "wort correction factor" is derived empirically. I was looking for a "how to calculate".
Right, although like narvin said one data point is generally sufficient to establish a reasonable WCF for your brewhouse. Really, though, I've only seen WCFs range from about 1.00-1.06, so guessing isn't going to cost much in terms of accuracy.
So Toby is right. Refractometers can show trends in highly attenuated beer but their accuracy sucks!
I guess it just depends on what kind of accuracy you want/need in your brewery. I honestly stopped comparing against a hydrometer after a while, but for those 30 batches the mean deviation is 0.0002 SG, standard deviation is 0.0014 SG, and maximum deviation is 0.0039 SG (that was for an 11% ABV barley wine). About the same as the $10 triple-scale hydrometers we all started out with.