concordancer: An 'Rcpp' Implementation of Lin's Concordance Correlation
Lin's Concordance Correlation Coefficient (CCC) is a statistic
which measures the degree of agreement between two variables. The CCC is
useful for assessing (i) the measurement agreement between two variables
(typically outputs between two devices); (ii) the reproducibility between
two measurements obtained from the same device; and (iii) inter-rater
reliability. The 'concordancer' package provides a 'C++' implementation of
Lin's CCC via 'Rcpp'. In so doing, the ccc() function contained herein is
a much faster implementation than those contained in other R packages. For
more details on Lin's CCC, please see <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concordance_correlation_coefficient>.
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