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[Music].hi and welcome to this video on decoder.agreement so first before we move into.our class there's a number of.methodological issues that we need to.discuss and if you want to run into coda.agreement analysis and it's not just a.matter of clicking some buttons in Atlas.of course there's any software also if.you have a statistic program you can.just click any analysis but if you don't.know what you're doing then it's.probably probably also nonsense what you.get out of it if you you know what your.date is all about and how it's set up.and how your variables are quieted and.so on.so when you are interested in running an.inter coda.agreement analysis you should also read.up on it a little bit about the.background the methodological.implications may be also bent the.mathematics behind it so you don't have.to kind of worry then you have to do.anything of that yourself but basically.the basic form that might be interesting.to know about and some more detail you.also find in an appendix to the manual.or the atlases official manual if you.endure like matrixes and stuff because.that's what's behind lots of matrix in.terms of mathematics but you already see.we are crossing the boundary between.qualitative and quantitative an inter.coat agreement comes from quantitative.content analysis so that's where they.well where the roots are so to speak and.it's crossing also in to the field of.quartet data analysis and we also will.discuss the pros and cons of that and.for what type of project it might be.useful to actually use.I know that some of you are impatient.then cannot wait and watch the entire.video to see how it's actually done in.nutless so for those who are impatient.and want to see how to run an ICA.analysis in Atlas I have inserted a.premium next and you will see it again.at the end of the video you will see.that the actual analysis can be done in.a few minutes.but in order to get there you need to.know a few things like how to set up and.manage the project how to set up the.coding scheme ein how to code and this.is why the video is so long you will see.he will not get anything sensible if you.not spend it if you do not spend a bit.little little bit of time learning the.basics when you watch the preview you.will probably already find out that.you're missing some of the vocabulary in.the end you will see the technical.application the mouse clicks itself in.atlas they actually easy but the.methodological issues involved in.running and into code Agreement analysis.there are actually the more difficult it.so something that you have to teach.yourself outside of our + TI and that.requires some time also I have fun.watching the preview and then get into.the nitty-gritty methodological issues.afterwards see you I already imported.the project from coda Zebina and coda.suzana that can now be merged so.different from the team project I'm not.gonna merge into the master project I.want to compare the coding of these two.coded so I start with one of these these.projects so the first thing that you.need to do is you click on analyze and.then enable the inter code mode which.has been already been done for this.project and I go to merge and I merge.now this code suzana and i have project.bundle files from my coder so I don't.actually.have to create a snapshot so there are.no merge conflicts so everything was.done right no coder was modifying.comments or anything so that's what I.want and there shouldn't be a conflict.if the codes just applied the codes and.so I merge and I can review the merge.report now I have my merged one for.coders Athena and asana so go to analyze.and go now into the analysis so here.first as I mentioned I still have to add.my coders and so I select the two codis.of this project then I add the documents.now we can add the semantic domains I it.doesn't matter now here whether I do it.here from the code group tree we said.once a new version of this tool is there.you can just drag drop the the code.group now we have to actually drag drop.the codes so I drag all my activities.codes now into the analysis and one.semantic domain then I do the benefits.and I do characteristics so the ones we.also have seen in my presentation so you.see their current implementation still.looks somewhat different so here we see.now the document continuum and you can.also click here on any of the.sections that are coded and you see that.data here so you could just purely use.this for a qualitative comparison what.you see on the document continuum is.only where the code here activity is.coming over for a drink is occurring in.all of these three documents it does not.go in the first document at all.so all documents in the analysis are now.put onto a continuum so there's the.first document this is the second.document and misses this cert document.so now if you want to do more than just.a qualitative comparison of the two.coders yeah just to show this again so.these are all quotations of coda Zebina.the blue coda for that code activities.clubbing drinking and these would be all.the quotations of coda suzana and you.then can compare now we go to the.agreement measure so a Buffy here that.we have this super percent agree and.holds the index that I explained and do.not take into account the chance.agreement so use some best care or maybe.just for demonstration purposes and here.we have the current of C alpha binary.that is that first coefficient in the.family of coefficients where you just.check on for whether that the codes have.selected relevant material or not we can.we can do this here now and then we get.get alpha binary of 0.98 so in here one.like I mentioned both coders actually.received the same quotations and then.here some of it was modified by by the.code so it's not 100% one.and then we go to the CU alpha and.capital letters and I just say it this.small C lowercase letter so now now I.have the word so we calculate the CU.alpha now so the Cu alpha that is for.whether the coders were able to identify.this domain activities as compared to.benefits and characteristics so you get.zero point seven eight eight six five.six and below here here it cannot be.calculated so because within this domain.we have.non-mutually exclusive coding somewhere.in the current implementation of the ICD.a tool it doesn't it cannot calculate it.it just says whether it's non-meat.exclusive coding so we cannot calculate.it so the semantic domain.characteristics is falling out of the.equation and now we get the overall.evolve from the other two domains and as.I told you yeah it is not like just an.average of these because of the.possibility of multivalued coding.so here does some definitions and we.will get more deeper into it step by.step so in Toccoa agreement or ica.refers to the extent to which two or.more independent codes grieve encoding.the same content like like lucky by.applying the same coding schema so it.means we have two or three or four more.independent coda so that words is.important that you can already keep in.mind and they do apply the same coding.system so if you want to develop a code.system in a team and anybody starts.developing their own codes it's not this.this stage where you want to calculate.into code agreement so the code system.is already developed when you actually.do this there's a section in the book.where I explain how to develop a code.system in a team but you don't need.intercut agreement analysis for that and.so it does require structured code.system and which each code is already.clearly fine so you kind of already know.what the codes all mean the data must be.coded by two or more independent code.that means it is not you and a second.coder if you are the person who started.to code your data and develop a code.system you need to other coders to then.perform the inter coded agreement.analysis so you are the project the.principle investigator that developed a.code system and then you want to see.whether two or more other people can.understand you codes and your code.definitions and whether they would apply.the codes in the way they understand it.to hopefully the same or similar data.segments and what you're comparing are.the commune's of the two other coders so.not your own coding and that's what.mentor support independent because.you're not eubiose already because you.have been developing the code system.yeah that's you need at least three.people and I already said that one.person.the coding system into others that apply.the codes and all of this is based on.the book by krippendorf content analysis.that came out in the fourth edition in.2019 so we do know that not all.qualitative researchers embrace into.code agreement here they feel that these.standards from qualitative research.tradition are forced onto them and they.kind of go more by the Cooper Lincoln.type criteria of credibility transfer.ability dependability and confirm.ability so I take that more pragmatic.pragmatic perspective that that it's.also XP yeah explain in more detail by.role for 2006 so the more middle ground.view is to regard qualitative studies.are basically all equal to continuum we.have the very interpretive type studies.but you don't need interquartile green.for that but they are sometimes studies.that have 30 codes lots of data and more.descriptive tablet they - the codes are.also more descriptive they are clearly.defined and they have six student coders.who need to curl lots of data material.and what they're basically you want is.the coding of the qualitative data and.me maybe even quantifying it afterwards.but if we have the whole range of.projects and it's not only that at the.you know extreme and we want to quantify.qualitative data where it's applicable.there's also that range in between where.you might actually consider I do want to.know whether I can actually rely on my.code set to represent the phenomena.actually interested in fare so look at.this quote from from Richards.learn Richards being reliable to use it.adjective beats being unreliable if a.category is used in different ways you.would be unable to rely on it to bring.you all the relevant data so even.yourself if you start coding one way and.over time you have a different.understanding of the codes over time and.in two or three months you could do data.differently then but it's also a source.of unreliability but just like it's.intra-coded disagreement here hence you.managed to ensure that you yourself are.reliable interpreting the code the same.way across time or that you can rely on.your colleagues to use it in the same.way and that's what you're testing this.inter coder agreement like that quote.being reliable it's better than being.unreliable so here's some more reasons.why in Tokoroa reliability might be.something that you want to analyze so.the purpose of data collection analysis.is to give researchers answers to.research questions and that underlie.research project so you want to answer.some question and then of course you.want to be able to rely on your data so.the data are the trusted foundation from.which you derive and discuss your.conclusions and so therefore we could.argue that do that it's important that.the researcher should ensure that the.data are generated without bias and that.they mean the same thing for anyone who.uses them so the codes a knotless are.not the end results it's via the codes.you access the data behind it and then.if you see your code label that you kind.of know this other type of data that are.behind the code label and this is can.also is also seen by other people as.well so reliability actually establishes.to trust empirically that when you.report your results that it is actually.based on a trusted foundation so what.does mean in the context of a plus.coding so reliability is ability to rely.on something for achieving something.else so you want to achieve results that.can be trusted and testing for enter.code or agreement is kind of a step in.between it also happens kind of.midway in your project after you have.been developing your code system then.you check it with other coders whether.they I can understand your codes and.they can apply them in a similar manner.that you do it as well and then once you.know that that you have a reliable code.system then you might continue to apply.the codes code the rest of your data and.then go into the analysis phase so it's.really something that is it's done in.between two to establish the reliability.of your code system so this this thing.that that what you will achieve is that.something else is to trust that data.resulting from the coding in our class.of the observed phenomena so in that is.in fact is actually reflecting the.phenomena and that is it's not something.else if you decide that in Toccoa.agreement is something for you it fits.your data it fits you approach there are.some rules that you need to observe and.one of them we already mentioned why I.need at least two other people who code.your data or a subset of your data you.need semantic domains and I explain what.those are and codes need to be applied.and mutually exclusive manner so let's.look at what this actually means so now.I introduce semantic domains so Atlas.doesn't have like something specific.that is a semantic domain you kind of.created manually so it's semantic.domains by definition are logical and.conceptually independent of each other.and that means you know that they.they're different they're about.different themes or different things in.your data and so you can also combine.them freely so you can also think of.them as like category the cell and.subcategory so it's basically something.you code that is similar like here.everything about the best friend or end.of entry or characteristics of.friendship so basically it's just like.one topic in you.that is about something similar you know.sir all the fruits and then you have a.plan pears bananas and oranges and soap.and and then you may maybe also have all.the conditions in which they grow well.so there might be different things or.similar things for all these different.fruits that you have the best way to.handle this in our classes as you might.have seen elsewhere as well also when I.build up the coding system is that you.prefix everything that belongs to the.same semantic domain now you wouldn't.code into the title code you just the.data are just coded into each of the.each of these sub codes of the domain of.e if you talk home domain language so.it's something that you create by naming.the codes so the code system should.cover the variability in the data and.and so no aspect that is relevant to the.research question should be left out so.that is been the aim of building the.code system and so on the domain level.this means that all of the topics are.covered and on the sub code level that.means that the variability of what is.happening this inner domain is also.covered and nothing is left out so all.the data can be also sorted into those.self code something you don't need to.pay attention to if you don't calculate.into coder agreement it's mutual.exclusiveness you can apply two sub.codes to the same quotations in a.qualitative sense but not if you're.interested in code in calculating inter.coder agreement analysis what you see.this here at the bottom that I have on.there on the left-hand side I have used.code B and T D from the same semantic.domain consequences on the same.quotation and this is not allowed in the.current implementation of the.interquartile greement tool if you have.a semantic domain like that you will.not be able to get a value for it so if.you realize it well you may want to then.go back to your code is and ask you what.to do you see on the right-hand side.that kind of a correction if you had.there's long one long quotation and then.you see well there's two aspects of the.same domain ad but maybe it's not all.mingled up maybe the first part is one.curved and the other one is one another.code so you can actually make two.quotations out of it and then here what.you see on the right-hand side we are.fine again so there's no no motion so.all the codes ice-climbing.applied in a mutually exclusive manner.so what but it's not meant is that you.cannot apply codes from different.semantic domains as you can see here.codes from the orange green and blue.domain are applied to the same quote so.that's called multi-value coding and.that's perfectly fine because often it.will have multi meaning within the same.segment yeah so here just as an example.again of possible semantic domains.consequences people in both recent.events so if we just have these.different things we have the events we.have the people involved in maybe things.that happen and there were consequences.of 10-unit.event so you can code that all.differently also in different categories.over here the terminology semantic.domains and if more difficult of.different semantic domains apply that's.perfectly fine unto code like that so A+.can or the intr code agreement analysis.can handle multivalued coding so yet.some common mistakes that ya kabuemon.set around that consensus is better than.individual judgment and then we can talk.about convergent validity so you kind of.talk about some disagreement and then.you agree on which codes to apply but.that has little to do was in the pain.and judgement because often it reflects.if the power structure or the social.structure of the group somebody's making.this is how we code and in the end it.doesn't actually show you where people.don't understand the code or wherever.its encoding instruction is is not clear.enough so that other people can actually.come to see the same thing in your data.if somebody's just overalls it and the.other thing that should not happen if.you give it to two coders that they talk.to each other if they don't understand a.coat or a meaning of it or don't know.how to apply it well they should write a.memo where they um explain all the.difficulties they have but as soon as.they talk to you over to each other they.call and buys the analysis because first.of all also then maybe from the deck.their coding will be different from that.point on what when their code and.basically it's not independent anymore.so you need two independent coders for.that measure to be actually valid and.you also want them to understand your.coat and your coat definition by just.what you give them the labels and the.definition in the code common fields and.there might be multiple rounds as.something I didn't mention yet there.might be multiple rounds of checking.your code system so until you get your.reliable code system because when the.coefficient comes bad back bad or not so.good well then then you can talk about.the codes and the code definition and.improve it and then if you want to do it.by the book you need to other coders.again who apply the modified code system.until you get a satisfactory value for.inter code agreement so that is how the.process evolves over time and then when.you can then say now I do have a valid.reliable code system.so now we get a bit into the mathematics.um behind it.it's agreement and disagreement is.measured based on envy character that is.coded so it's not based on quotations so.the documents are Chi regarded as a.textual continuum and here the example.is this is Ian just uh I think I know.what should be hundred characters.actually because it's every character.that is taken into account so what is.here written as units is one character.of text so it's the first bit with coda.and B we have ten units of agreement.then we have eleven units that are not.coded then we have two characters.basically we're coded a coded twelve.characters of agreement and then that.segment is a bit long and that code.would be coded and so again two units of.disagreement so eight units where.nothing was coded or was considered.irrelevant then that the code a has.coded four units again then some.irrelevant material again were consumed.by the coders to be irrelevant and in.the last the last segment the code egg.coded something much shorter than co2 B.so there is also some agreement there so.every bit of agreement will be counted.as agreement and then of course every.bit of a disagreement will be also.counted as disagreement so it's not if.the quotation is not exactly the same.it's already come you know discarded as.as disagreement.so this is the main formula that you at.least should be aware of.so crepin of alpha is calculated as one.- observe disagreement by expected.disagreement and the reason behind in.the formula is as follows if agreement.is perfect.which means this agreement of course is.0 then we have 0 divided by whatever.doesn't matter is always 0 so we have 1.minus 0 is 1 so we have perfect.agreement so if then if you go to the.other extreme if Coda's don't pay.attention to the text and they just drop.the codes just by chance then the.observed disagreement that we see will.be equal to the expected disagreement.that means we always have will have some.agreement or disagreement by chance so.even if you know we drop some codes on.the texts and coders don't pay attention.there will always be you know some.agreement by chance but that's why we.like relative is observed and also the.expected a disagreement that is here if.it's in the formula so if code is don't.pay attention then we can assume that.the observed disagreement equals.expected disagreement so that will be 1.because we divide by the same number of.edges 0.5 divided by 0.5 or 0.7 divided.by 0.7 is always going to be 1 and then.we get 1 minus 1 that is 0 so if you.know look at how this is actually.calculated it's our simple example that.you have on the top right it says show.me a bunch of matrixes that are.calculated.and so we start with the middle one with.the observed one so we have 120 units of.irrelevant matter and 52 units of.agreement and 14 units of disagreement.yeah yeah so the relevant a violent.matter and based on that we can.calculate the perfect agreement with.people to be 130 formed and 66 a year on.not coding something and here on the.agreement of relevant matter and then.based on that we can also calculate the.expected agreement disagreement by.chance so you there's lots of matrix.calculation that runs behind it and of.course if you have a document that goes.over ten pages or so the calculations of.whatever you've done here up here.I'm will be much longer soar something.that you don't don't want to do by hand.so based on these numbers up here we can.calculate observed agreement which.between 0.14 we can also calculate the.expected disagreement 0.44 so that is.that number here and here you see the.calculation yeah and then once we have.the numbers we can plug it into the.formula one minus zero point one four.divided by zero point five four four.four and then we get an agreement.coefficient of zero point six a so now.if you do equipment of alpha there's a.whole family of alpha coefficients what.you see in the blue if it's blue hours.these are the three coefficient Courtley.implemented so the first one is.basically what we saw in the first graph.our graphic weather code has identified.the same segments to be relevant or not.so it since it's a binary measure.because it's either coded or not coded.so that's the overall coefficient and.that's currently in the current.application we'll see once we not plus.that's the binary coefficient then you.calculate the current of alpha.coefficient so basically you in the.current application first you get this.number here you on a semantic domain.let's just look here indicates the.degree to which codes identify a.particular semantic domain yeah so that.means we're able to identify topic a or.topic being on topic C and then once you.added a number of semantic domains then.you also get the the called Mouse CEO.alpha and come change to su alpha for.semantic domains and capital letters and.these are the I always want to say small.Nexus but it's not small it's why do you.know what I mean and I can't think of.their reward and moment so we have the.capital letter capital C u su alpha and.that indicates the extent of which codes.agree on the presence or absence of a.semantic domain so so just distinguishes.on a more general level and never be the.cohesion you could report in the reports.or your overall comment coefficient.across all the different semantic.domains in version 2 of the tool there.will be a post coefficient which will be.quite interesting because then you can.go the next level deeper and look with.in a semantic domain where there is.confusion so you can look across.semantic domains and then you can look.at the domain level and then within the.domain level and see whether some of the.codes maybe need a bell.differentiation so people can.distinguish them better the first one is.just basically whether people identify.the same data segments so it goes from.the most generally to the specific and.now I was just want to briefly talk.about these other methods of analyzing.inter Cody agreement Atlas has.implemented percent agreement holstee.index because you know people want say.people asked for it then I think it's.kind of good for educational purposes.yeah yeah VC is a formula you need to.use the hot c index but basically kind.of the same as a percent agreement index.if if the different coders have not.coded the same the same number of.quotations and the person agreement.doesn't work then you need the whole.city index but basically it's the same.calculation behind it and the drawbacks.for both is that they don't take chance.agreement into accounts and so they will.always they always be higher then the.krippendorf alpha but you will have all.these agreements in there there are not.really agreements and then people have.been asking about Cohen's copper why.accident didn't apply or implement.Cohen's copper well this is based on on.not only current off but he also cites.some other authors who actually looked.into corn Scapa and basically the.conclusion eight system rather.unfortunate modification of Scott's PI.and has a conceptual flaw in the.calculation as Kappa counts disagreement.between observers preferences for.available category sis agreements so.exactly the opposite you know mixing up.agreement and disagreement that's not.what you want the advantage also of the.köppen dog formula if that is sensitive.to different sample sites and can also.be applied to rather small samples.[Music].yeah and let's now look first am i.walking through how this looks nutless.and then we should do start Atlas and.take a look it please also don't watch.the video on how to set up a team.project because of course once you do.into code agreement we move your work in.a team and you need to prepare your.project for your team members so if you.are the principal investigator do I've.set up the code system and now you want.to two or more coders to code parts of.the data so you looked up the table with.the sample size and then decide oh this.is how many documents you need so you.can create a snapshot of your project so.you create a snapshot of your project.it's just you know click in Atlas or in.the Mac version or copy of your project.and then you just take out whatever you.you don't want your either CODIS to see.and so you can remove the codings all.the quotations you can also leave the.quotations in there it's an option to.unlink all codes form or quotations then.you would give your coders documents.always the same ID the codes same ID and.also the quotations already that means.the first binary measure um checking for.relevance you know whether they see the.same data segment as to be relevant it's.always one because you working with the.same quotation so you would kind of.start with the second level looking on.the semantic domain lemon if you do that.if you also want your coders to set the.quotations by themselves and you also.delete all the quotations so the product.only has documents and the codes then.you create a project bundle and yes also.you had some some naming convention here.so I when you took quite snapshot you.can rename it and on you know.name the snapshot I will justify for.example called sub-project for a for ICA.and then when you export the project it.has a project named sub project for ICA.and then the you name and date and that.is what you then give to the coaches and.the coders basically when they import.the project and as you see actually in.the team video as well they should.actually add their code and name when.they're importing it yeah sorry.the so when they give back the project.to the to you the pencil investigator.you get two projects is two different.names so code one and code the two and.they basically rename the project not.the project bundle file they renamed the.project when they import it in the Mac.version they imported and then go and.project rename yeah so the project needs.to be renamed not the project bundle.file I always suggest to import the.project first and look at what the.coders have been doing because then if.you merge the projects and you get some.conflicts there you don't know what the.conflicts are based on so you should not.get any conflicts if so your coders have.done something wrong and they probably.have you know maybe change the code.definition so that's a no-go.in info code agreement analysis dangers.should apply the code to meet the core.definitions not making any changes to.the code system if they have a comment.that you should write a memo and do it.there so but basically the same idea yes.there is what you need to also observe.and work in a team so that's all we.explained in detail also in the team in.a video when you merge projects when you.wanna run into coder agreement analysis.you first enable into coder mode and.then you merge.because that when you then get is you.can see the codings in the margin area.of both of your CODIS yeah so you will.see the the codings here and and see.well there is some disagreement here and.there are some agreement some.disagreement here and some agreement so.they have been using the same semantic.domain your communication talking and.talking over coffee whatever but um they.have different used different sub codes.of the domain here they have used the.same and here they have used again the.same domain but there's some.disagreement within the semantic domain.so these are basically all those.different levels that that you then get.in your analysis but of course it's not.up to you to go down the margin and see.it but you know by just checking some of.the coding that that that's also quite.helpful.so you are not less now and here we see.the master project is fully developed.code system and now I did share how this.could be prepared for one of the coders.so I do create a snapshot of this.project and my name is known as natural.but I see a and so after you created.snapshot the snapshot is is opened in.the background.ud you need to close the master file and.then open the snapshot then I want to.give only three documents to the coders.so I need this document and what I want.to do here or what was done actually.this the product that had already been.coded the coders have been given the.documents Vista quotations and the code.so I remove all coatings and if you now.look at the document we have all the.quotations there we have all the codes.and if you look at the codes it's all.zero so none of the codes has been.applied now so you can save this project.now I saved this project now and then.you would export the project create a.project bundle file that yeah you would.then give to the coders.I already imported the project from coda.Zebina and coda suzana that can now be.merged so different from the team.project I'm not gonna merge into the.master project I want to compare the.coding of these two coded so I start.with one of these these projects so the.first thing that you need to do is you.click on analyze and then enable the.inter coda mode which has been already.been done for this project then I go to.merge and I merge now this code Susana.and I have project bundle files from my.coda so I don't actually have to create.a snapshot so there are no merge.conflicts so everything was done right.no coder was modifying comments or.anything so that's what I want and there.shouldn't be a conflict if the codes.just applied the codes and so I merge.and I can review the merge report now I.have my merged one for coders Avena and.asana.so go to analyze and go now into the.analysis so here first as I mentioned I.still have to add my coders and so I.select the two codis of this project.then I add the documents now we can add.the semantic domains I it doesn't matter.now here whether I do it here from the.code group tree we said once a new.version of this tool is there you can.just drag drop the the code group now we.have to actually drag drop the codes so.I drag all my activities codes now into.the analysis and one semantic domain.then I do the benefits and I do.characteristics so the ones we also have.seen in my presentation so you see the.current implementation still looks.somewhat different so here we see now.the document continuum and you can also.click here on any of the sections that.are coded and you see the data here so.you could just purely use this for a.qualitative comparison what you see on.the document continuum is only where the.code here activity is coming over for a.drink is occurring in all of these three.documents it does not ruin the first.document at all so all the documents in.the analysis are now put onto a.continuum so there's the first document.this is the second document and this is.the third document.so now if you want to do more than just.a qualitative comparison of the two.coders yeah.just to show this again so these are all.quotations of coda Zebina the blue coda.for that code activities climbing.drinking and these would be all the.quotations of coda suzana yet you then.can compare now we go to the agreement.measure so here that we have this super.percent agree and holds the index that I.explained and do not take into account.the chance agreement so use some best.care or maybe just for demonstration.purposes and here we have the current of.C alpha binary that is that first.coefficient in the family of.coefficients where you just check on for.whether that the codes have selected.relevant material or not we can we can.do this here now and then we get get.alpha binary of 0.98 soand here one like.I mentioned both coders actually.received the same quotations and then.here some of it was modified by by the.coder so it's not 100% one and then we.go to the Cu alpha and capital letters.and I just say it this small C lowercase.letter so now now I have the word so we.calculate the Cu alpha now so the Cu.alpha that is for whether the coders.were able to identify this domain.activities as compared to benefits and.characteristics so we get zero point.seven eight eight six five six and below.here.here it cannot be calculated so because.within this domain we have non-mutually.exclusive coding somewhere and the.current implementation of the ICD a tool.it doesn't it cannot calculate it it.just says whether it's non which.exclusive coding so we cannot calculate.it so the semantic domain.characteristics is falling out of the.equation and now we get the overall see.alpha from the other two domains and as.I told you yeah it is not like just an.average of these because of the.possibility of multivalued coding let me.now show you in the product of one of.the coders where non-mutually exclusive.coding was not observed and how you can.actually check that so I'm here in the.project of coders Abena.and look at the code core current.Explorer and we already know the problem.is this the semantic domain.characteristics so I don't have to look.all the other ones so if it's normally.exclusive then it means I have some.overlapping coding within iPhone from.the same semantic domain and as the way.I handle it.it's all the same color it's easy to.spot so here the benefits and type of.best friend have been applied together.with characteristics give and take here.also no not a problem here means you see.it has all different colors so that's.old it's multi valued coding but not.mutually exclusive coding and yeah so.here we have a problem characteristic.trust and characteristic understanding.and of course miss the next one yeah.these two also occur so this is where.the problem is and.we can check the data behind it so you.can actually check it quite quickly and.this is the problematic area here we.have that quotation here and that.quotation here and you see that as long.as I think that is something you could.correct s as a project administrator.because it was done not with intention.because the it's one it's one character.where it's overlapping so you see.computers are quite precise so we just.have to adjust it now here and then it.should be all so I just move this also.one character and then we have no.overlapping coding anymore now here as.well so here it is actually a Bo's have.been applied so that other one was just.by mistake here the code didn't pay.attention and applied trust and.understanding and I think the main.aspect is trust so anything else might.also be easy to to be checked so this is.not overlapping so this is why it could.not be calculated so now we could.actually merge the project again and we.run the analysis in a máquina it was we.also get a value for the semantic domain.characteristics I hope that has.enlightened you a bit so you see that.that Atlas last part was like very very.short so running the analysis is not a.big deal but understanding everything.that comes with it and that you need to.be aware of that's the big part actually.in it and all the.calculation behind it Atlas does that.for you.hope this video helps you to decide.whether in Toccoa greement it's.something that you want to make sure.analyze for your projects and if you.think it's a valuable feature that you.wanna use that you now have the skills.to be actually able to do that okay.bye-bye.[Music].you.

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