HW3 - b) What is Cohens Kappa statistic for this...

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STT 422 HW 3 Due Friday, May 13 BOOK QUESTIONS 9.15 9.18 9.20 a, b 9.22 a 9.38 9.46 ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS 1. Suppose we are trying to see whether there is agreement between how husbands and wives view their satisfaction with their workplace environment. The categories are “Ideal”, “Good”, “Mediocre”, and “Poor”. Here is the two way table for their responses: Husband Ideal Good Mediocre Poor Wife Ideal 15 3 5 1 Good 4 20 5 2 Mediocre 2 3 35 6 Poor 2 1 4 20 a) What number of households surveyed had a wife who saw her environment as “ideal” and her husband saw his environment as “mediocre”?
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Unformatted text preview: b) What is Cohens Kappa statistic for this experiment? c) What level of agreement does this indicate? 2. Suppose we are looking at whether alcoholism is linked to liver disease. The following is a two way table: Liver Disease No Liver Disease Alcoholic 20 80 Not an Alcohoic 5 90 a) What are the odds of having liver disease for an alcoholic? b) What are the odds of being an alcoholic for someone who is not an alcoholic? c) What is the odds ratio for having liver disease for an alcoholic versus someone who is not an alcoholic?...
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HW3 - b) What is Cohens Kappa statistic for this...

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