[Rasch] In Winsteps maps, when the # = 10, what does the dot . stand for?

Mike Linacre rmt at rasch.org
Wed Jan 25 06:30:39 EST 2012


Thank you, Trevor.  Exactly right!

See, for instance, Winsteps Help: 
http://www.winsteps.com/winman/index.htm?table1_1.htm - text beneath the map.

Mike L.

At 1/24/2012, you wrote:
>0<.>10
>Is my understanding, Michael.
>
>On 25/01/12 8:02 AM, "Michael Lamport Commons" 
><<commons at tiac.htm>commons at tiac.net> wrote:
>  In  Winsteps maps, when the # = 10, what does the dot . stand for?
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