Different data of measurement

#1
If my questionnaire contains nominal data (yes/no) and interval data(Likert scale), how can I measure the reliability? Standardised data first? Thanks.
 
#3
Generally, you'd be putting data together into scales - usually items do not have mixed response types. You wouldn't try to get an overall Cronbach's alpha for your whole questionnaire, but for the subscales within.
 
#4
Some portion of the induction procedure, institutionalization is the procedure by which comparative information got in different configurations is changed to a typical arrangement that improves the examination procedure. For instance, road names normally contain bearings, similar to North or West. The institutionalization schedules designs these qualities to "N" or "W" with a specific end goal to accelerate the correlation procedure. The institutionalized information does not overwrite the center part information in the database; in this manner, when you see a record it demonstrates the first arrangement (for instance, North instead of "N")