Coding comparison takes into account not only the content which was coded by both users, but also the content which was not coded by both users.
For example, if the source is a document with 1000 characters, where:
- 50 of these characters have been coded by both users
- 150 of these characters have been coded by only one of these users, and
- the remaining 800 characters have not been coded by either user
then the percentage agreement is calculated as (800 + 50) ÷ 1000 = 85%.
So, although you can see that there is content which both users have coded in the same way, there will be content which has not been coded by either user or has been coded by only 1 user. This will change the % value of agreement as demonstrated the above example.
With regards to the coding comparison content, please check the values in the table, especially the A and B (%) column. You will be able to see the coded content in green only if there is a positive value in this column. So although you may have 96% in the agreement column, the A and B (%) value could still be zero.
The values of the columns are calculated using the below method:
Agreement Column = sum of columns A and B and Not A and Not B
A and B = the percentage of data item content coded to the selected node by both Project User Group A and Project User Group B
Not A and Not B = the percentage of data item content coded by neither Project User Group A and Project User Group B
Please refer to the following link for detailed information: http://help-nv10.qsr...iniTOCBookMark9