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Inter-Rater Reliability

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Inter-rater reliability, which is sometimes referred to as interobserver reliability (these terms can be used interchangeably), is the degree to which different raters or judges make consistent estimates of the same phenomenon. For example, medical diagnoses often require a second or third ...

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