Agreement Stata

For any technical questions regarding this article or the correction of its authors, titles, summaries, bibliographies or download information, please contact: (Christopher F Baum). General supplier contact information: edirc.repec.org/data/stataea.html . The Statas kap command is used to estimate the Inter-Rater agreement and can handle situations where the two variables have the same categories and other situations where they do not, as is the case above. Here`s an example. Kappa goes from zero (no deal) to one (perfect agreement). Stata proposes the following guidelines from Landis-Koch (1977) on the level of compliance of a certain kappa value: the calculation of the Interrater agreement with Stata is carried out with orders from Kappa and Cape Town. Which of the two commands you use depends on how your data is entered. However, after this initial difference, both commands have the same syntax. Click here to find out the difference between kappa and cap commands.

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