When the raters participating in a reliability study are a random sample from a larger population of raters, inferences about the intraclass correlation coefficient must be based on the three mean squares from the analysis of variance table summarizing the results: between subjects, between raters, and error. An approximate confidence interval for the parameter is presented as a function of these three mean squares.
- analysis of variance-random model
- confidence intervals
- inter-rater reliability
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Applied Mathematics