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The concordance correlation coefficient will be between -1 and 1. The coefficient will equal 1(-1) if and only if each pair of readings are in perfect agreement (perfect reversed agreement). The coefficient will equal 0 if and only if the pearson correlation coefficient is also 0. A disadvantage of this coefficient is that like others it only detects linear relationships.

-- ErinEsp - 03 Jan 2011

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