We have 18 subjects chosen at random, and they are rated by 6 randomly selected raters, and there is no requirement that the same rater rate all the subjects, we have a completely random one way design. Reliability is assessed with a ICC(1,1) or ICC(1) model depending on convention.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The table looks like this

A B C D E F (judges)

1

2

3

.

18

(subjects)

Each judge rates 3 different subject out 18 only.

A question: if there were 10 timeslots available for the subjects was it really necessary to have 6 judges?

I am not sure what the question aks. In particular the part about the timeslots. Is the question asking to rate the subjects in repeated measures?

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# Interclass correlation

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