coefficient of concordance


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coefficient of concordance

[¦kō·ə′fish·ənt əv kən′kȯrd·əns]
(statistics)
A statistic that measures the agreement among sets of rankings by two or more judges.
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In addition to this, the model would be more reliable if Kendall's coefficient of concordance would be bigger.
W-Kendall coefficient of concordance is a method of examining the concordance between assessments performed by competent examiners such as experienced doctors, tutors, and so forth.
To calculate the coefficient of concordance W one must know: the sum of ranks of each index [e.
Species associations: the Kendall coefficient of concordance revisited, Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics 10: 226-245.
Reliability of expert evaluation has been calculated by establishing the coefficient of concordance W for individual groups of factors.
Values of the Coefficient of Concordance (CC) for the ranking of each of the fitted genotype parameters for different groups of experiments.
Kendall's coefficient of concordance was used to test the correlation of the mean trait size for the six traits among samples.
Kendall's coefficient of concordance (W) was calculated using the rank orders with a result of 0.
In Table 2, the Kendall's coefficient of Concordance (w) and chi-square analyses showed that all the w-values are significant between the environment codes and personality codes for all twelve major fields of teaching (p< .
We tested the ability of experts to achieve a consensus on their ratings of quality of care by calculating the Kendall coefficient of concordance among expert rankings (Siegel and Castellan 1988).
Kendall's coefficient of concordance (W) was used to determine if the respondents agreed on rankings and if there was agreement between ranks and weights.
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