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A data frame containing the score performance of 40 gymnasts, 20 evaluated by eight judges using the old rulebook and 20 by the same judges using the new rulebook

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A data frame with 40 observations on the following 9 variables:

`Rulebook`

a factor with levels New and Old according to which rulebook was used.

`Jude.1`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the first judge.

`Jude.2`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the second judge.

`Jude.3`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the third judge.

`Jude.4`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the fourth judge.

`Jude.5`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the fifth judge.

`Jude.6`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the sixth judge.

`Jude.7`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the seventh judge.

`Jude.8`

a numeric vector with the ratings of the eighth judge.

Assume that a new rulebook has been recently proposed and subsequently criticized. Consider a random sample of eight judges evaluating a random sample of 20 gymnasts with the old rulebook, and a different random sample of 20 gymnasts with the new rulebook.

artificial data

Henriques, T., Antunes, L., Bernardes, J., Matias, M., Sato, D. and Costa-Santos, C. (2013) Information-based measure of disagreement for more than two observers: a useful tool to compare the degree of observer disagreement. *BMC Medical Research Methodology*. **13(1)**:47.

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obs.agree documentation built on May 30, 2017, 4:42 a.m.

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