Hello statistic noob here. this is a general statistics question and not directly an spss problem, so im posting it here
I tried calculating the percent agreement between two raters two ways:
1 : crosstabs in spss variable A x Variable B
2: simple calculation in spss by making a new "diff" variable (diff = Variable A  Variable B ) and presenting it in a frequency table in spss. From what i understand the percent agreement is then found in the row the value is 0. ( in this case 75,5 or 78,8 % )
Why is the percent agreement from the calculations in step 2 not to be found anywhere in the crosstabs representation?
I find the percentages in crosstabs confusing: where is the percent agreement in this table?
thank you for the help Mette
I tried calculating the percent agreement between two raters two ways:
1 : crosstabs in spss variable A x Variable B
2: simple calculation in spss by making a new "diff" variable (diff = Variable A  Variable B ) and presenting it in a frequency table in spss. From what i understand the percent agreement is then found in the row the value is 0. ( in this case 75,5 or 78,8 % )
Why is the percent agreement from the calculations in step 2 not to be found anywhere in the crosstabs representation?
I find the percentages in crosstabs confusing: where is the percent agreement in this table?
thank you for the help Mette
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