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    I'm currently going through a bunch of papers... I will check to see if 'normalising' the data will help. Intuitively, I'm not sure will, but will keep a real open mind. I have to 'wrap my ears' around the methodology to understand it. Thanks Dik
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    Found a really great web site: http://www.stat.yale.edu/Courses/1997-98/101/stat101.htm Dik
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    Neat link, I wasn't aware that this could be done, thanks. Is there a test that can be used to compare multiple items in a sample with multiple items in another sample? Dik
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    Thanks for the comment. I had thought of weighting the values depending on the severity of the sanction. Because the number of occurrences are likely variables, a couple of serious occurrences could outweigh several minor occurrences. I was wanting to determine if pro-dev was actually...
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    Our professional association has a program called 'professional development' ('pro-dev'). During the course of a year, time has to be expended to show the association that members are maintaining a professional level. This requires thousands of hours to be expended by all members. In the...
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    I’m not a statistician, but have a problem that might have a statistical solution. The problem is actually related to other data, but the best example I can provide is as follows: I have two bins with six different types of veggies. They could be carrots, potatoes, turnips, beets...