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Kappa

The ratio of the dollar price change in the price of an option to a 1% change in the expected volatility.

Kappa

A Finnish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 5.5 liters. It became obsolete when Finland adopted the metric system in 1880.
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First, we used Kappa statistics to determine whether, for each measure and site, the manual review and computer extracts identified the same patients as meeting the denominator criteria of each measure.
3% Table 2 Literacy Items, Sample Responses, and Kappa Reliability Coefficient Literacy Item Sample Response Kappa n=244(%) N (%) How would you rate your ability to read 46.
Groupon had been working with WFP for some time and when the three joined forces last August, they settled on their cause, Kappas said -- with Skydive Dubai offering the jumps for free.
Nearly all respondents agreed about whether the relationship was ongoing, but as often occurs with kappas, the high prevalence of ongoing relationships (95%) coincided with a rather low kappa (0.
Agreement of each monitor with TD was assessed with Cohen's kappa statistic after dividing [DELTA]CI (change in cardiac index) into three categories: a fall of [greater than or equal to] 10%, a change of <10% and a rise of [greater than or equal to] 10%.
3 [micro]M; Sassa and Kappas 1983), which catalyzes an early step in heme biosynthesis.
Test-retest reliability data were good with kappas and 95% confidence intervals of 0.
71 respectively) for one video (1) and a fairly high level of disagreement for video 4 (72% before, 48% after training--approximate kappas of 0.
You can wander the docks anchoring the 300 or so floating houses at Kappas Marina and Waldo Point Harbor whenever you like.
30,31) However, kappas may be very low when behaviors are reported at a very high or very low frequency by both partners, even if a relatively small proportion of reports are actually inconsistent; (32) in such instances, the result is an overly conservative estimate of agreement.