If the audit is indeed planned and designed, it may reveal enough information about the causes of accuracy issues to justify a decision not to use attribute agreement analysis at all. In cases where the audit does not provide sufficient information, the attribute agreement analysis allows for a more detailed analysis indicating the implementation of safer training and modifications to the measurement system. Since implementing an attribute analysis can be time-saving, expensive, and usually uncomfortable for all parties involved (the analysis is simple compared to execution), it`s best to take a moment to really understand what needs to be done and why. Often, what you`re trying to judge is too complex to rely on the effectiveness of a single person. .