[Rasch] counts to scale conversion

Rense renselange at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 23 05:10:27 EST 2006


All this illustrates that if we want to stay in business as test gurus then
we'd better forget about meaningful item hierarchies, sample independence,
additive measures, and other such niceties. Rather, using methods whose
results need to be recalibrated for boys, girls, old, and young, ..,
whatever, ... - and adding a few things like "log(exp(something ...))" to
our tech reports - should greatly help with job security. :)

Rense Lange

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Subject: [Rasch] counts to scale conversion


For all budding scale constructors, this is a hoot:
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~genchem/0102/spring/6winn/cricket.html
check the lovely graphs
collegially
Trevor
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