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Handbook of Inter-Rater Reliability: The Definitive Guide to Measuring the Extent of Agreement Among Raters Paperback – 7 Sep 2014
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About the Author
Dr K. Gwet is a statistical consultant, researcher and instructor with over 15 years of consulting experience in various industries. He has several publications in the field of inter-rater and intra-rater reliability assessment, in peer-reviewed journals.
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23 February 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered this book to help with my dissertation on inter-rater reliability and agreement coefficients for alignment studies. It is very informative and easy to follow. I intend to also buy the inter-rater reliability with SAS although I have gone to the website where Gwet indicates macros for calculating some of the statistics and have not been able to find those macros. I guess I will have to write my own. It would be helpful if there were some simple macros or explanation of utilizing monte carlo simulations for inter-rater reliability in this book. That is the only reason for 4 starts instead of 5. Check out some of Gwet's articles on the subject too. There is also a SAS macro out there for calculating AC1 and AC2, although I have found that Gwet's AC1 doens't work for instances where your identity matrix would be very large.
Any practitioner eager to lean on a strong theoretical base to get the job done will feel like a kid in a candy store
6 March 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Clear writing, easy read, highly innovative with an incredibly strong theoretical base and rigorous mathematical developments, yet practical and aimed at addressing an important real-life issue: reliability among different raters. As a practitioner, I am delighted to have this book while conducting surveys for the Population Situation Analysis of an entire country as required by the United Nations. Handbook of Inter-Rater Reliability: The Definitive Guide to Measuring the Extent of Agreement Among Raters
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1 July 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
A must read for researchers! Arrived in perfect condition.