P08.1 s1 Probability of Agreement by Chance

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Clasification Unesco: Psychology::Evaluation and measurement in psychology::Psychometrics
Description: This video explains slide 9 from the document P08.1. How to calculate the probability of agreement by chance between two raters, or between a prediction and the real result.
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