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    Interrater Reliability estimate (pearson's r)

    Hi All,

    I am in need of some help. I am trying to determine the correlation of 5 continuous variables to determine the interrater reliability coefficient. I have tried using SPSS and R but have been unsuccessful and I'm wondering if someone might be willing to plug in my data so I can determine if I have the correct number.

    Here is my data:

    RaterA
    24
    12
    2
    20
    14

    RaterB
    26
    12
    1.5
    20
    8

    These are ratings for continuous variables and I am looking for pearson's r. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Interrater Reliability estimate (pearson's r)

    Is that literally all of your data? I.e. just 2 raters and 5 ratings each on the same 5 objects? If so you have just 2 variables; calculate the Pearson correlation between them.

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