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Permutation P-values for Inter-rater Agreement Measures
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Permutation P-values for Inter-rater Agreement Measures
Um, Yonghwan;
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 Abstract
Permutation p-values are provided for the agreement measures for multivariate interval data among many raters. Three agreement measures, Berry and Mielke`s measure, Janson and Olsson`s measure, and Um`s measure are described and compared. Exact and resampling permutation methods are utilized to compute p-values and empirical quantile limits for three measures. Comparisons of p-values demonstrate that resampling permutation methods provide close approximations to exact p-values, and Berry and Mielke`s measure and Um`s measure show similar performance in terms of measuring agreement.
 Keywords
Permutation Method;agreement measure;Multivariate data;
 Language
Korean
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