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Fast computation of the Krippendorff's alpha measure.

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Fast computation of Krippendorff’s alpha agreement measure.

Based on Thomas Grill implementation. Works on Python 3+.

Example usage

Given a reliability data matrix, run:

import krippendorff

krippendorff.alpha(reliability_data)

See sample.py and alpha docstring for more.

Installation

pip install krippendorff

Caveats

The implementation is fast as it doesn’t do a nested loop for the coders. However, V should be small, since a matrix of VxV it’s used.

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