inter-rater reliability


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inter-rater reliability

The property of scales yielding equivalent results when used by different raters on different occasions.
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Inter-rater reliability of passive hip range of motion in dancers has only been reported as percent agreement where outcome measures were dichotomized as positive (< 45[degrees]) or negative ([greater than or equal to] 45[degrees]), rather than a continuous angular measure.
Table-II: Inter-rater reliability of three observers rating trainees performing surgery in first test.
Intra- and inter-rater reliability of the selective functional movement assessment (SFMA).
We sought to investigate the reliability of the MMD by exploring its internal consistency for children in different age sub-groups and its inter-rater reliability in a comparison between children aged 4 to 7 years and their parents.
We are writing with regard to "Intra- and inter-rater reliability of the modified tuck jump assessment," by Fort-Vanmeerhaeghe et al.
The purpose of this study is to determine the inter-rater reliability of the identified components, which are involved in the IPv6 migration process based on Cohen Kappa reliability analysis.
Reliability, or stability, of the clinical pain assessment instrument is commonly assessed through inter-rater reliability with more than one person assessing and scoring the subject simultaneously and independently.
To assess the inter-rater reliability, two raters filled the scale with 29 and 30 patients in the outpatient clinic of Hazrat-e Ali Asghar Hospital.
To assess scoring consistency between the two raters, intra-class correlation coefficients (ICCs) were calculated to determine inter-rater reliability [8].
The SNA coding system underwent four phases of psychometric testing: inter-rater reliability, goodness of fit, internal consistency, and external validity.
Inter-instrument, test-retest, inter-rater reliability were considered in this study.
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