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On Fri, Jan 22, 2021 at 3:24 PM Jenn Russell <

[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hello!

>

> I am requesting help for a data set in which I have 6 evaluators (I've

> called them 'Trainers'), each of which took a questionnaire with 180

> questions. The possible answers to the questions are ordinal numbers. I am

> looking to test inter-rater reliability of the questionnaire using

> Krippendorff's alpha. I have already run this in R, however when I get the

> output it seems the matrix is inverted. While it seems like it should be an

> easy problem to fix I don't see how I would be able to create my matrix the

> other way without typing out all 180 scores manually. For reference, I'm

> using the irr package to use kripp.alpha().

>

> > Trainers<-matrix(c(Trainer_1,Trainer_2, Trainer_3, Trainer_5, Trainer_6,

> Trainer_12), ncol=6)

> > kripp.alpha(Trainers, method=c("ordinal"))

> Krippendorff's alpha

> Subjects = 6

> Raters = 180

> alpha = -0.00149

>

> While I'm getting an output - shouldn't my raters be 6 and my subjects be

> 180?

>

> Appreciate the help!

>

> JR

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