Q. How reliable are the CIRI data? A. To ensure reliability, every country-year in the CIRI dataset is independently coded by at least two trained coders, who meet with senior CIRI staff to resolve any disagreements. For the most recent coding, the Krippendorf’s r-bar measure of interrater reliability for the entire set was 0.944. CIRI discounts in this figure disagreements among coders based solely upon one coder having missed some information in a source, as these errors do not make it into the final data and are not the result of operationalization. Please see our Documentation page for an Excel file with interrater reliability statistics for each individual variable.
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