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 The weighted kappa coefficient is a generalization of the simple kappa coefficient, using weights to quantify the relative difference between categories.
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 For 2×2 tables, the weighted kappa coefficient equals the simple kappa coefficient.
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 The standardized test statistic is computed as where is the variance of the weighted kappa coefficient under the null hypothesis.
 The weighted kappa coefficient is a generalization of the simple kappa coefficient, using weights to quantify the relative difference between categories.
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 PROC FREQ displays the weighted kappa coefficient only for tables larger than 2×2.
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Weighted Kappa Coefficient
 The asymptotic variance of the weighted kappa coefficient is estimated by the following, according to Fleiss et al.
 You must also specify the AGREE option, which requests the weighted kappa coefficient.
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 The (WT=FC) specification requests that PROC FREQ use FleissCohen weights to compute the weighted kappa coefficient.
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Categories
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 Asymptotic Variance
 Proc Freq
 Nature > Matter > Mass > Weights
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