Response to ‘Inter and intraobserver reliability and critical analysis of the FFP classification of osteoporotic pelvic ring injuries: Methodological issue’ (doi:10.1016/j.injury.2019.04.011)

Published:November 28, 2021DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.injury.2021.11.060
      We appreciate the letter to the editor by Naderi and Sabour [
      • Naderi M.
      • Sabour S.
      Inter and intraobserver reliability and critical analysis of the FFP classification of osteoporotic pelvic ring injuries: methodological issue.
      ] regarding the use of Cohen's kappa statistic in our original article `Inter- and intraobserver reliability and critical analysis of the FFP classification of osteoporotic pelvic ring injuries’ [
      • Krappinger D.
      • Kaser V.
      • Kammerlander C.
      • Neuerburg C.
      • Merkel A.
      • Lindtner R.A.
      Inter- and intraobserver reliability and critical analysis of the FFP classification of osteoporotic pelvic ring injuries.
      ]. Unfortunately, we became aware of this letter only recently. Moreover, we noticed the numerous similar letters to the editor by the authors in response to research published in a variety of medical fields.
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