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  1. ...disagreement, and that one disagreement is the rater' s only non-C-rating. So there is... because there is none possible. What the kappa gives is the likelihood above chance of agreement...agreement is not predictable or even likely. But Cohen does not start us with a blank slate; rather...

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  2. You are much further along in your statistics than I have been. However, I will apply my knowledge and experience of judging raters. First, why on earth did you pick seven raters when you only needed two...

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