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    Leniency of assessors

    of course, you're correct about the measurement level. I was thinking about the positive advice as being a leniency scale from 0-100%, but the advices are not mutually exclusive. So that you will have 430 lines (or so), each with these three entries? Correct, that's actually how the file...
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    Leniency of assessors

    Thanks for the replies, the observations are indeed independent. Why is it an ordinal scale? There is a true zero, e.g. if the consultant never gives a positive advice, and distances between numbers are equal. If you look at this example...
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    Leniency of assessors

    Hi, I would like to research whether the assessors in our company are equally lenient/stringent in their judgement. After an assessment, they can give a candidate three different verdicts, positive, negative or conditionally positive. For the research, I made a frequency table with the number...
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    Decriptives return 0 when both N and sum = 1

    Hi there, I have a question regarding the decriptives command. I have created this easy example to show my question. In the table below, there are four persons (A-D) who each have 6 tries. Try A B C D 1 1,00 ---- 1,00 2,00 2 ---- 1,00 ----...
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    Calculating the average variance of several normal distributed variables

    Hi, I have the following problem. I'm trying to average several normal distributed variables. To make it more easy, I'm using z-scores. The mean of the average is (Mx1 + Mx2 + Mx3)/3, in this case 0. But how do you calculate the variance? If I assume they are independent, am I...