- 1. n=Number of subjects
- 2. g=Number of categories
- 3. t= Number of time points
- 4. x =Matrix for the first rater's ratings, where element x(i,j) represents the rater's rating on the ith subject at time j
- 5. y =Matrix for the second rater's ratings, where element y(i,j) represents the rater's rating on the ith subject at time j
- 6. Weight=Indicator of weight. Where weight=1 for unweighted kappa; weith= 2 for Cicchetti-Allison weighted kappa; weight=3 for Fleiss-Cohen weighted kappa.

- kappa.u.txt: This R function is to calculate kappa statistics based on U- statistics

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