coefficient of concordance

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a coefficient of agreement (concordance) between different sets of rank orderings of the same set of things

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According to the table below (Table 1), the index/result of Kendall's coefficient of concordance was W = 0.
The results of Kendall coefficient of concordance (W) and Friedman's [chi square] statistical test of the opinions of the respondents in Table 1 show that the prequalification criteria (n=26) and tender criteria (n=19) when p = 3 were respectively calculated as 54.
To assess interrater reliability, Kendall's coefficient of concordance was used.
In a decreasing order of weights it is possible to rank estimates of each expert and to calculate the coefficient of concordance.
Reliability of expert evaluation is calculated using the coefficient of concordance (Jakimavicius, Burinskiene, 2007; Viteikiene, Zavadskas, 2007) by establishing the degree of compatibility of individual opinions stated as follows:
The degree of agreement between the rankings of each of the possible pairs of rankings within and between field and glasshouse experiments was determined by calculating the coefficient of concordance (CC).
The Kendall Coefficient of Concordance was used to determine the unanimity in ranking in pricing and selling objectives among vegetable vendors in markets in the Casamance region of Senegal.
The chief difference is that the coefficient of concordance would use the scores 4, 3, 2, 0; 1 (have used 4, 2, 1, 0 for consistency with Miller's (1997) idea.
We used Kendall's coefficient of concordance to determine whether bird species deposited seeds of a given plant species into habitats in the same rank order; for each bird species, ranks were assigned to each habitat category based on the number of seeds dispersed there by that bird.
Kendall's coefficient of concordance (W) was used to test the concordance of FA indices (for both FA1 and FA4) for the six characters among the different samples (Siegel and Castellan 1988).
The first procedure, Kendall's coefficient of concordance, was needed to determine the extent to which goal priorities remained constant at all four educational levels for parents and professionals.
Data analysis includes frequencies distributions, the Kendall coefficient of concordance (W), t-tests, and ANOVA.
The data collected were analysed by percentages, t-tests, ANOVA and Kendall's coefficient of Concordance (w).
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