Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 16:47:14 -0600
Reply-To: Deborah Wentworth <Deborah.Wentworth@ACORNCV.COM>
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From: Deborah Wentworth <Deborah.Wentworth@ACORNCV.COM>
Subject: kappa statistics
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I have a question I'm hoping that this esteemed group can help me with.
I am using PROC FREQ with the AGREE option to get a weighted kappa for an ordinal measure that can range from 1 to 4. This measure is assessed by two people, and I'm comparing their results and quantifying the agreement between the two.
For one of my subgroups, one person had results ranging from 1 through 4 while the other person did not assign any 1s. When I ran this, SAS didn't produce the kappa statistic because my table was not square (# columns did not = # rows).
Is there a way that I can force SAS to produce a square table even though the column count will be zero for one of the columns? I hope this question makes sense....
Thanks in advance - Deb