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- Kappa Z-statistic:

“ . . . is a measure of agreement between two measurements of the same individual when the measurements are categorical. It tests if the counts along the diagonal (concordance) are significantly large. Kappa is often used to study the agreement of two raters such as physician (clinical test) and specialist (gold standard). Each rater classifies each individual into one of 2 categories”.