2.6.4 Summary information score
The information score
You have learned now about the second score that can objectively evaluate experts’ assessments, the information score.
The information score is computed for each question and then all information scores are averaged into an overall information score for an expert. The information score can take, in principle any positive value, but values larger than 4 are not very likely.
The higher the information score, the more informative experts’ assessments are.
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